Ultra 160 SCSI Hard Disk !

Ultra 160 SCSI Hard Disk !

Post by Marc Levesqu » Sat, 15 Apr 2000 04:00:00



Hi there,

I have an Asus board with an adaptec SCSI host on it (aic7892)
And 2 HD Quantum Atlas IV Connected to the Ultra 160 port !

So, the SCSI bios are tune to match Ultra 160 devices...

But, when FreeBSD (4) start, in the /var/log/messages files, it's only
seems to config itself for a transfert of 80.000MB/s in the place of 160
MB/s

May I set this feature somewhere...Does it's support 160....??
Thanks in advance !

Marc Levesque

 
 
 

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