re: USB2 and Fedora

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Thanks for the input all.  The environment that this unit is in will be
for video editing - so file sizes will be rather large.  I am wondering
if going with GB NIC card would be a better solution?  I only have three
computers on this VLAN and the Fedora box is within just a few feet of
the video editing machine.  Any thoughts on GB NIC cards with Fedora?

On Tue, 2003-12-16 at 18:00, Keith Lofstrom wrote:
> > Questions about USB2 on Fedora...
> I have used USB2 interfaced drive cages with both RH9 and Fedora. 
> I have seen some lock-up behavior on very large (like 10GB+), max
> rate data transfers with the SanMax InClose drive tray system. 
> I have not had time to narrow down the cause.  I have not seen 
> this behavior with the slower ViPower drive tray system.  I have
> had decent luck with USB2 cards using the NEC chipset.
> So, there is a bug lurking out there, but I don't have time to 
> isolate it.  If your transfer rates and file sizes are moderate,
> it probably won't appear.
> There is plenty of usb2 info at .
> Keith

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