Going on this path makes me wonder : is there any parameter to pass to
hdparm for /dev/md0 devices or shall it be applied to /dev/hda and
On Tue, 2002-03-26 at 11:49, Matthew French wrote:
> Stephan Dudzinski asked:
> > Now question : What did i miss to be limited at 48MB/s on this raid
> > partition ?
>> All other things being equals, I suspect hdparm.
>> Some distros have a nasty habit of enabling DMA automatically while
> others leave hdparm at its default settings. It might not be DMA but
> something else, either way check the settings.
>> - Matthew
>>  Nasty if you happen to have one of those controllers does not see eye to
> eye with the Linux IDE DMA software.
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