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    SubjectRe: IDE-TNG what to do ?
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    On Tue, 2002-08-20 at 17:04, John Jones wrote:
    > (yeah I know PCIX and vax's are still around in terms of legacy machine
    > people hang onto but I am sticking my head in the sand and
    > singing...SCSI or SAS )
    >
    > really I am suggesting that you have IDE-TNG just for a few controllers
    > and drives
    > (real world testing is easier)
    >
    > and the way to restrict the number is to say Serial ATA only
    >
    > bad or (partly)good ?


    I don't think it is where the complexity is coming from. The driver
    specific pieces for a relatively clean and sane UDMA PCI device are
    currently at about 500 lines of code including comments and blanks.


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