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The demise of SCSI?

On 4/20/07, Dan Ritter <dsr at> wrote:
> Two system vendors are telling me that they are phasing out SCSI
> in favor of SATA; they can no longer find server-class
> motherboards with SCSI onboard.
> Anyone else having such difficulties?

Dunno, but SAS is supposedly making some headway.  I doubt SCSI is
going anywhere for quite a while.  The kernel drivers for SCSI are
much better than the ATA drivers as far as I know...
Kristian Hermansen

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