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mysql viability (was: shells and bells)

On Thu, 4 May 2000, Mike Bilow wrote:

> Latest 2.2 kernels support UDMA/66 out of the box on known chipsets.  
> There are some chipsets, notably Promise 66 IDE, which currently need
> kernel patches.  Debian provides the "kernel-image-2.2.x-ide" package
> which contains these patches, but most people would probably want to
> rebuild their own kernel if they care about this.

What distros ship with these newer kernels though?

As a UDMA/66 user I can tell you it's no substitute for SCSI. Lot cheaper

Niall Kavanagh, niall at
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