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is SATA considered experimental in Linux?

David Kramer wrote:
>> Or, if you're really concerned about 
>> performance, buy a SATA controller...
> My motherboard already does SATA, but it's my understanding this is 
> still experimental in Linux.

I hadn't heard that. I just assumed that the differences between PATA 
and SATA would be dealt with by the controller chip and would have 
minimal, if any, impact on the IDE driver.


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