Re: [SLE] faster hd with hdparm



Adagilson Silva wrote:
I guess i have made all i can to increase my hard
drive speed. It is an ata-100 HD but all i've got is
34.32 MB/sec (hdparm -Tt). Is there something I'm
forgetting?
Gil

What? Do you expect 100MB/sec? What you are seeing is quite normal for an ata-100.

Mark

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