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Old 09-16-2002, 02:10 PM   #1
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Question where are these params?


I'm seeking where I can found some params to change the io perform, like buffer size, min and max size of transfer and something like this that in other platforms (i use IRIX before) can be configured (in IRIX with systune I can change d_miniosz, d_maxiosz, maxdmasz to have a better io ) but in linux I don't know .

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man hdparm
will give you the info on probably what you are looking to do



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