Charles Shannon Hendrix
shannon at widomaker.com
Mon Jul 4 23:37:37 CDT 2005
Peter Corlett wrote:
> Shirker <shirker at mooli.org.uk> wrote:
>>On Sat, 18 Jun 2005, Peter Corlett wrote:
>>>How fast do you need to feed data to a DLT?
>>Tech specs for the DLT2000 (10/20GB) say 1.25MB/s native. Later
>>drives presumably require an even faster rate.
> The last time I had a machine with a hard drive that slow was my Amiga
> 4000. It had a 120GB WDC drive (which I still have and still works)
> and the nastiest design of IDE interface you've ever seen.
> Contemporary cheap crap is doing upwards of 30MB/s.
Not sustained, though it should be able to do enough through the
filesystem to keep up. That's also assume you are using something with
modern (S)ATA or UW or better SCSI.
Mainly I was looking for an average speed needed to feed DLT so I could
determine if some of my older hardware can keep up.
It's old Sun stuff with narrow or FAST-20 SCSI.
If they can't keep up, I'll need to consider an upgrade for the tape
server, which currently runs my DDS2 write-only backups... :/
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