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Old 12-01-2004, 06:12 AM   #1
geraldomanaus
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Increasing the performance of SCSI's hd...


Hello people,

If we want to increase the performance of a IDE hd we use the hdparm but if my hd is a SCSI hd, what software may I have to use?
Because hdparm only work with IDE, is that true?
All computers that I have on my organization (with Slackware), some have IDE and other have SCSI and the transfer rates of IDE's are about 30 MB/s but ALL the SCSI's one are only 14 MB/s or less. How may I improve the performance of that SCSI?
 
  


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