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Subjectpromise 20376
i was just wondering if there was any further progress on a possible 
native kernel driver for the promise 20376 sata chip... i have it
running now but with the proprietary driver from promise's website....
but it seems to work well,

Timing buffer-cache reads: 1692 MB in 2.00 seconds = 846.00 MB/sec
Timing buffered disk reads: 232 MB in 3.01 seconds = 77.08 MB/sec

much better then the reported silicon image tests i have seen.... i
hope someone is still talking to promise about releasing the full source
to get this into the kernel or working to reverse engineer a driver...
all the information i have found searching lkml seems to be atleast a
couple of months old.

ciao

merwan

p.s. i am not on the mailing list though do check it frequently but if i
could be cc'ed aboutthis question that would be great... thanks again

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