[rescue] Re: Why is everyone so OSX happy?

Eric Dittman dittman at dittman.net
Sat Apr 12 00:41:51 CDT 2003

My views on IDE vs. SCSI are that IDE is fine
at home on my systems where I need capacity over
speed, but all my non-x86 systems are all SCSI.
I don't think any of the non-x86 systems even
support IDE.

At work, we've got thousands of terabytes of
data on all types of servers (this is excluding
all the Wintel workstations on our desks), and
I think the amount of that that is IDE is
probably no more than 200GB, and then only in
Wintel servers that have no critical functions.
The rest is all SCSI/FC/SSA/etc.
Eric Dittman
dittman at dittman.net

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