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Re: SATA problems





On 7/3/07, Rohan Kulkarni <rohan ak1 gmail com> wrote:


On 7/2/07, John Wendel < john wendel metnet navy mil> wrote:
Rohan Kulkarni wrote:
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> On 7/2/07, *Tim* <ignored_mailbox yahoo com au
> <mailto:ignored_mailbox yahoo com au >> wrote:
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>     On Mon, 2007-07-02 at 19:14 +0530, Rohan Kulkarni wrote:
>      > My motherboard supports hard disk speed of 150MB/s but i get only
>      > 15MB/s speed
>
>     Have you double-checked that the figures you're reading at are bits per
>     second or bytes per second?
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> Hello,
>            Yes I have checked with the motherboard specifications.It
> says that it supports
>            a speed of 150MB/s.It is bytes for second.Though my hard disk
> supports native command queing my motherboard does not support it.
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It doesn't matter what speed your motherboard (SATA controller)
supports if the disk speed is slower. What brand/model of disk do you
have? What kernel version? How are you measuring the disk speed?

Regards,

John


Hello,
         I have a Seagate ST3160211AS.It is a Barracuda 160GB hard disk with a
         speed of 7200RPM.It supports upto 300MB/s with Native Command Queing.I checked the average  speed of copying by copying a
         3GB file from one FAT32 partition to another.I got a average speed of around
         15MB/s.I have the kernel 2.6.21-1.3228.fc7
                                                         Thanks...


      Can anyone please help me...do i need to update to the latest kernel??or do i need
      to download some drivers.

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