On Wed, Apr 06, 2005 at 03:26:33PM +0200, PFC wrote:
>       Well, unless you have PCI 64 bits, the "standard" PCI does 133 MB/s 
>       which  is then split exactly in two times 66.5 MB/s for 1) reading from 
> the 
> PCI  network card and 2) writing to the PCI harddisk controller. No wonder 
> you  get this figure, you're able to saturate your PCI bus, but it does not 
> tell you a thing on the performance of your disk or network card... Note  
> that the server which serves the file is limited in the same way unless  
> the file is in cache (RAM) or it's PCI64. So...

This is PCI-X.

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