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SubjectRe: Serial Console and Slow SCSI Disk Access?
Mark Lord wrote:
> This can happen if there are kernel messages being printed on the serial
> console.
> If all is quiet, I would expect things to be as fast as normal elsewhere.

Thank you for the suggestion. I don't see much in /var/log/messages
(syslogd is running). There are 3326 lines taking up about 256 kB
there, and when I run hdparm runs no further messages are generated.

I don't have anything attached to the serial port at the moment. Could
that cause problems? I'm going to attach something and see what
happens. Other advice is still welcome.

Jeff
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