Subject: Re: Is the current more slowly?
To: HEO SeonMeyong <seirios@Matrix.iri.co.jp>
From: David Brownlee <email@example.com>
Date: 06/17/1999 14:52:39
If you still have the old disk you could try running bonnie (from
pkgsrc/benchmarks) on old and new disks and see if the numbers
are wildly different
-=- and team B will be... Kenny. -=-
On Fri, 18 Jun 1999, HEO SeonMeyong wrote:
> From: Manuel Bouyer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Message-ID: <19990617192504.A1550@antioche.lip6.fr>
> > On Fri, Jun 18, 1999 at 02:13:33AM +0900, HEO SeonMeyong wrote:
> > > I'm using IDE 10GBytes HDD.
> > > Now I remember that NetBSD become slowly since I replaced HD
> > > Drive.
> > > Is there any problems to use over 2GBytes IDE Disks??
> > Should not, but maybe you upgraded at this time ? The new disk uses a
> > different DMA mode than the old one ?
> Ummm, I replaced from IBM DADA-26480 6GBytes Disk to IBM
> DCXA-210000 10GBytes Disk.
> I did not change kernel configuration parameter.
> Then I think new disk uses same DMA mode from old one.
> When I replaced HDD, all of the NetBSD file is re-installed but
> same snapshot(tarball). But I can not remember replaced system
> feel slowly.