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SubjectRe: IDE is still crap.. or something

Any previous kernel gave you good performance ?

On Fri, 23 Nov 2001, Martin Eriksson wrote:

> Well, just wanted to tell you that 2.4.15 still slows down to a crawl when
> copying a 500MB file between two hard drives (running ext3). I have tried
> any of the -c -u -m -W settings in hdparm. I even applied the 2.4.14 IDE
> patch (after fixing the rejects) but no go.
>
> Even iptables is affected, because it takes forever to surf the internet
> from my behind-linux-firewall windows computer.
>
> I'm right now trying to apply the preemptive-kernel patch to 2.4.15 but it
> had some strange rejects so it will be exciting to see if it works. I get
> good response from the -ac kernel series though.
>
> _____________________________________________________
> | Martin Eriksson <nitrax@giron.wox.org>
> | MSc CSE student, department of Computing Science
> | Umeå University, Sweden
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