interestingly enough, Russell King (StrongARM linux developer) mentioned
on l-k the other day, that the real-life sustained throughput of 32bit PCI
is about 33MB/s..
are your DAC1164's in 64bit slots or 32bit ones? cause if they're in 32bit
slots then you're absolutely maxing out your PCI bus on block reads (eg
37MB/s), and the card probably could go even faster.
nice numbers anyway. and why not set them for write-back since you have
the battery back-up?
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