Den 02-Jun-00 16:47:12 skrev Ricky Beam fĝlgende om "Re: tcp/ip over scsi":
>I don't mean to flame,
That's definitely a good thing.
> but gigabit ethernet cards are about the same price
>as a good SCSI card and can move information much faster.
Of course it can't, gigabit Ethernet gives you only 1 Gbit/s, SCSI gives
you up to 1.28 Gbit/s. Add to that that SCSI has an MTU of 64 kB vs. the
1500 bytes of gigabit Ethernet, which helps you keep down interrupt
overhead and improves efficiency in general.
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