Alan Cox alan at
Tue Nov 2 05:04:05 MST 1999

>  - Not using SCSI nor SSA, whose interface cards
>    and disks are too expensive.

If you are doing shared-nothing then IDE is fine. You might want to take
a good look at drive warranties and MTBF

>  - Focusing development efforts more on less on the
>    typical Linux hardware, which is around EIDE storage.

There isn't really any difference for the shared-nothing case.

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