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SubjectRe: RAID 5 performance problems
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Followup to:  <Pine.GSO.4.30.0304030858080.20118-100000@multivac.sdsc.edu>
By author: "Peter L. Ashford" <ashford@sdsc.edu>
In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
> The ONLY reason that I can think of to use round cables would be for
> looks. From a performance or reliability standpoint, they are a waste of
> money. I routinely build systems with dual 8-channel IDE RAID cards
> (3Ware 7500-8) and 16 disks, and ONLY use flat cables.
>

In some chassis they make routing cables a lot easier. In others,
they make it harder.

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