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is SATA considered experimental in Linux?

Tom Metro wrote:
> 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.

SATA in general is supported just fine, but your particular controller
chipset may have issues.
I have a Silicon Image 3112 based board, and some kernels choke on it (
may have something to do with the combo that controller with my HD: )


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