Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] HD noise and PVR250
Gregory J. McGee
gjmcgee at cableone.net
Tue May 18 01:44:14 EDT 2004
Awhile back, someone posted about this:
hdparm -I /dex/hda
Somewhere in the dump, it will say something like :
Recommended acoustic management value: 192, current value: 255
Read the man page, and set it to the suggested value.
(yeah, I suck ;-)
The drive seems to save this: mine is still actually 192,and 128.
I edited the above for effect.
My drives are now dead silent, and hdparm -Tt shows the drives to be
virtually the same speed in one case( 44.5 MB/sec vs 45.something)
and the other one appears to be FASTER (~25 vs 43)
Reiserfs is great for your / fs. Put video on xfs.
> Date: Mon, 17 May 2004 16:39:58 +0200
> From: Rudy Zijlstra <mythtv at edsons.demon.nl>
> Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] HD noise and PVR250
> To: Discussion about mythtv <mythtv-users at mythtv.org>
> Message-ID: <40A8CEBE.9010702 at edsons.demon.nl>
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> Omar Depps wrote:
> > My system is up and running really well--thanks to everyone
> > My only "complaint" is that my HD makes LOTS of noise. I don't want
> > change the HD/case, and all the video files are on an ext3
> > with the fewest possible inodes (-T largefile4) for whatever that
> > be worth. (For the record, my impression is that there are now
> > less/smoother disk writes under ext3 than when I was using
> > but any difference is minor.)
> XFS is more appropriate, as i was told on the reiserfs list by Hans R.
> For that reason I am using XFS on my myth storage partition.
Gregory J. McGee <gjmcgee at cableone.net>
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