6.2 release and atausb
infofarmer at FreeBSD.org
Tue Jan 16 11:01:13 UTC 2007
On 1/15/07, Boris Kovalenko <boris at ntmk.ru> wrote:
> I also getting strange errors like Jan 15 12:20:58 boris kernel: afd0:
> FAILURE - PREVENT_ALLOW ILLEGAL REQUEST asc=0x24
> P.S. How You get 12Mb/s? With my flash
> Jan 15 12:20:58 boris kernel: da0: <Corsair Flash Voyager 1.00>
> Removable Direct Acce
> ss SCSI-0 device
> Jan 15 12:20:58 boris kernel: da0: 3.300MB/s transfers
> I can only reach about 800-900Kbytes/s. On WinXP 2Mbytes/s is the
> primary speed. May be I've configured something wrong?
Please don't top-post ;)
I get 12 MBytes/s (sorry for the capitalization confusion)
because I'm using a ATA100 drive in an external USB2.0
casing capable of 480Mbit/s. I actually reached just over
50MBytes/s under Windows.
Same setup gives 24 MBytes/s under FreeBSD/i386 and 12 under
amd64. atausb does not make a difference...
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