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Adaptec U160 tuning

On Mon, 17 Nov 2003, Jack Coats wrote:

> when you reboot, check the bios.  This card is 'settable' by device (SCSI
> target) as to the expected transfer rate.  I ran into this when putting an
> IBM 3583 on, and the transfer rate for the LTO defaulted to 160, and it
> should
> have been 80.  Changing the rate made things seem to work right where they
> did not before.

I think there's a prompt to bring up a menu with Control-A on most Adaptec 
cards.  You should be able to set it there.

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