[SOLVED] How to determine whether USB 3.0 is being used.
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I have a USB 3.0 external drive plugged into the USB 3.0 port of my PC. However, since both are backwards compatible with USB 2.0 how do I know whether they're running as USB 3.0 or not?
I'm running Debian Sid with a Gigabyte GA-990XA-UD3 motherboard if that matters, though I'd prefer a non distro-specific solution.
Thanks, seems obvious when you put it like that.
Edit: I'll leave this as unsolved for a little while though as I'd be interested in how to determine which driver was being used by querying the system also, for future use.