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SubjectRe: disk transfer speed problem
Andre Hedrick wrote:
> What is more useful is the cat /proc/ide/ide0/config !!!
>
>>From that I can tell you what is going on completely about the system.
>
> Oh and for those not reading this email, it is a side note on why the ide
> proc-pci interface had best be left alone and in tact.

Module the fact fact lspci could be easly extendid to provide the
same information from user space... wait... we are on unix and we have
manual pages:

-x Show hexadecimal dump of first 64 bytes of the PCI
configuration space (the standard header). Useful
for debugging of drivers and lspci itself.

-xxx Show hexadecimal dump of whole PCI configuration
space. Available only for root as several PCI
devices crash when you try to read undefined por-
tions of the config space (this behaviour probably
doesn't violate the PCI standard, but it's at least
very stupid).

As you can see lspci -x -xxx ALREADY DOES THIS!

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