No, no, giga bytes per second, not giga bit.
:: -----Original Message-----
:: From: William L. Jones [mailto:jones@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
:: Sent: Friday, 4 May 2001 09:26
:: To: Juha Saarinen; William L. Jones
:: Cc: linux-xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx
:: Subject: RE: Will xfs scale to > 1GB/s on any hardware?
:: 1.5GBps is 187Mbytes/sec. Which sounds low. I know can ring out
:: 300MBytes/sec or
:: 2.4GBps on one of our RAMBUS systems.
:: Bill Jones
:: At 08:52 AM 5/4/2001 +1200, Juha Saarinen wrote:
:: >:: On Thu, 3 May 2001, William L. Jones wrote:
:: >:: > Most PC can only do about 200MB/sec on a memory copy. With the
:: >:: > newer memories 400MB/sec. Memory is one bottle neck.
:: >I was under the impression that you could actually wring out
:: about 1.5GBps
:: >out the theoretical 3.2GBps max of a dual-channel PC800 RDRAM
:: set-up. Not
:: >sure if this applies for both writes and reads though.
:: >-- Juha