Tape backup performance on 386 ISA/EISA systems
Wm E. Davidsen Jr
davidsen at sixhub.UUCP
Sun Jun 10 13:15:18 AEST 1990
In article <770 at mwtech.UUCP> martin at mwtech.UUCP (Martin Weitzel) writes:
| In article <1060 at sixhub.UUCP> davidsen at sixhub.UUCP (bill davidsen) writes:
| > I'm sorry, this is just totally wrong. You must never have had a
| >fragmented disk. I have seen transfer rates as low as 300kBytes/sec with
| Isn't the best streaming transfer rate (for QIC-02) something around
| 85 KB/sec? A test programm which keeps my streamer streaming at least
| seems to show this as "best rate".
As I noted before, that was a typo, the low (fragmented) rate was
300KB/min (not /sec), when the disk is not fragmented and the tape
streams the rate is 4MB/min (there I typed it right twice).
That's fine for my 180MB now, but when I add this 320MB drive on the
table here, it is going to be a pain. The rates are fast enough, but the
tapes are too small...
bill davidsen - davidsen at sixhub.uucp (uunet!crdgw1!sixhub!davidsen)
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