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    Re: TERRIBLE performance with XFS for me (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Friday, March 22 @ 23:11:10 GMT

    man hdparm


    -c Query/enable (E)IDE 32-bit I/O support. A numeric parameter can be used to enable/disable 32-bit I/O support: Currently supported values include 0 to disable 32-bit I/O support, 1 to enable 32-bit data transfers, and 3 to enable 32-bit data transfers with a special sync sequence required by many chipsets. The value 3 works with nearly all 32-bit IDE chipsets, but incurs slightly more overhead. Note that “32-bit” refers to data transfers across a PCI or VLB bus to the interface card only; all (E)IDE drives still have only a 16-bit connection over the ribbon cable from the interface card.

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    Re: TERRIBLE performance with XFS for me (Score: 1)
    by eckes on Saturday, March 23 @ 17:34:55 GMT
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    what kernel are you using, some are known to perform realy bad.

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    Re: TERRIBLE performance with XFS for me (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Tuesday, March 26 @ 02:34:42 GMT

    What chipset are you using?

    What DMA does it support?

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