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    SubjectRe: Silicon Image 3112A SATA trouble
    so definitely, 32 MB/s is almost half the speed that you get. I'm in 
    2.6-test11. I don't know more options to try. The next will be booting
    with "noapic nolapic". Some people reported better results with this.

    by the way, I have booted with "doataraid noraid" (no drives connected,
    only SATA support in bios), and nothing is shown in the boot messages
    (nor dmesg) about libata being loaded. I don't know if I must connect a
    hard drive and then the driver shows up, but I don't think that.


    Thanks!

    LuisMi Garcia


    Craig Bradney wrote:

    > On the topic of speeds.. hdparm -t gives me 56Mb/s on my Maxtor 80Mb 8mb
    > cache PATA drive. I got that with 2.4.23 pre 8 which was ATA100 and get
    > just a little more on ATA133 with 2.6. Not sure what people are
    > expecting on SATA.
    >
    > Craig
    >
    > On Sun, 2003-11-30 at 18:52, Luis Miguel García wrote:
    >
    >
    >> hello:
    >>
    >> I have a Seagate Barracuda IV (80 Gb) connected to parallel ata on a
    >> nforce-2 motherboard.
    >>
    >> If any of you want for me to test any patch to fix the "seagate
    >> issue", please, count on me. I have a SATA sis3112 and a
    >> parallel-to-serial converter. If I'm of any help to you, drop me an
    >> email.
    >>
    >> By the way, I'm only getting 32 MB/s (hdparm -tT /dev/hda) on my
    >> actual parallel ata. Is this enough for an ATA-100 device?
    >>
    >> Thanks a lot.
    >>
    >> LuisMi García
    >> Spain
    >>
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