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RE: Will xfs scale to > 1GB/s on any hardware?

To: "Austin Gonyou" <austin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: RE: Will xfs scale to > 1GB/s on any hardware?
From: "Juha Saarinen" <juha@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 09:03:42 +1200
Cc: "William L. Jones" <jones@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, <linux-xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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Yes, it's only memory bandwidth, not system bandwidth.

I know how to do it... build a huge solid-state RDRAM disk array. ;-)

-- Juha

:: -----Original Message-----
:: From: Austin Gonyou [mailto:austin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
:: Sent: Friday, 4 May 2001 09:00
:: To: Juha Saarinen
:: Cc: William L. Jones; linux-xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx
:: Subject: RE: Will xfs scale to > 1GB/s on any hardware?
::
::
:: If you head down that road you're about correct. Alot of docs out there
:: support your claim, but I think that might ONLY be the memory bandwidth.
:: If you're just using IDE, now way in hell, if you're using UW160 SCSI,
:: with many drives on caching controller, you could very possibly hit that.
:: Fibre channel would be about the only way to hit that limit with
:: the least
:: drives.
::


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