On Fri, 16 Jun 2000, Wesley Darlington wrote:
>> Surely if the raid card's memory is battery backed, the os can be
> told the data is on the disk when it's only in bbram?
it can. but default policy on most cards is write through for
safety. that's why there's such a huge disparity between the read and
write figures on the Esat DAC1164 numbers. Write back would allow the card
to post the write before it actually is completed.
(and i agree, some of them seem to be too good... larger filesize is
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