> My question is, how much is a system degraded by having its root &
> swap on an external SCSI device rather than the internal SCSI? Is
> the increase in speed (~16ms) in the 207Mb a decent trade for the
> speed gained by having the Quantum internal?
The consensus was that there's *NO* difference whatsoever between
having a disk on the internal SCSI ports compared to having it on the
external SCSI. "It's all the same bus." The rumor I'd been told about
having your swap & root on an internal disk for better performance
turned out to be hog-wash.
So I'm going to go ahead with the move.
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