Re: ATA Speed
ATA100 != 100Mhz pci bus. All that's doing is reporting the pci bus (to
which the ide controller is attached). Nothing more, nothing less. All
cards/controllers attached to your pci bus will run at that same speed.
On Tuesday 03 July 2001 03:49 pm, R K wrote:
> Does the following mean that Linux is only using my ide bus at ata33
> speeds? Or more accurately not using the full ata100 mode?
> ide: Assuming 33MHz system bus speed for PIO modes; override with idebus=xx
> I've seen nothing from dmesg to indicate that it's doing otherwise. Does
> it configure it as 33 and then still use it to it's full potential or does
> it impose restrictions on itself? Even if this doesn't have anything to do
> with it, how would I verify that Linux is using the hardware to its full
> Thanks in advance
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