On Mon, Apr 18, 2005 at 06:49:44PM -0400, Alex Turner wrote:
> Does it really matter at which end of the cable the queueing is done
> (Assuming both ends know as much about drive geometry etc..)?

That is a pretty strong assumption, isn't it?  Also you seem to be
assuming that the controller<->disk protocol (some internal, unknown to
mere mortals, mechanism) is equally powerful than the host<->controller
(SATA, SCSI, etc).

I'm lost whether this thread is about what is possible with current,
in-market technology, or about what could in theory be possible [if you
were to design "open source" disk controllers and disks.]

Alvaro Herrera (<[EMAIL PROTECTED]>)
"La fuerza no está en los medios físicos
sino que reside en una voluntad indomable" (Gandhi)

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