Quoting Paul Jakma (paul at clubi.ie):
> > [Future doubling of theoretical SATA bus bandwidth limits]
>> You brought that one up.
> Also, if you have a multiplexing SATA backplane, the extra bandwidth
> _will_ be useful.
Read my prior posts: I _will_ look at over when it's real, and evaluate
what's actually available and feasible at that time. I'm sorry, you're
wasting my time.
> Fibre Channel, yum. Insane for home use though. Good luck finding an
> FC controller with linux support with anyway decent drivers.
Which particular part of "when U320 starts being obsolete" did you fail
to comprehend, the first time?
I'm sorry, I have no more time for your tortured attempts to misread and
misrepresent. Please vex someone else.
Cheers, "Heedless of grammar, they all cried 'It's him!'"
Rick Moen -- R.H. Barham, _Misadventure at Margate_
rick at linuxmafia.com
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