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« on: April 29, 2004, 01:10:04 AM »

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hi All
I just want to know that is there any method to get feed sarvo info again to hdd means in case the sarvo info of a hdd i again want to feed coz its have 1:1 interleave and i want to set its 1:3 interleave
could anyone tell me how could do it myself i don't want to send it to manufacturer
thanking you for your valuable support
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« Reply #1 on: May 01, 2004, 03:21:54 AM »

Alok:

Are you studying computers for a living or something? You post the most unusual questions.

Why would you want to set a hard drive to use a lower interleave setting? That would only slow it down. Is that what you want?

IF it is possible, it would likely only be done through one of the utility programs available from the HD's manufacturer.  check their website. They're usually buried deep in the support section there.


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hi All
I just want to know that is there any method to get feed sarvo info again to hdd means in case the sarvo info of a hdd i again want to feed coz its have 1:1 interleave and i want to set its 1:3 interleave
could anyone tell me how could do it myself i don't want to send it to manufacturer
thanking you for your valuable support
regards
ALok


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« Reply #2 on: May 01, 2004, 05:48:39 PM »

I regard you Mr Shplad
Thanks for your valuable info.
I regards your suggestions (....most unusual question) but these question help me know that i am thinking on the topic is wrong or right you know regarding hardware no one is Master there are lots of question we face up daily and this forum in nice place to met like you guys
i got this question from one of my student and could you tell me why you said that the 1:3 interleaving method will slow down the hd
I don't think that actually if you are working on 1: 1 interleaving mode you are taking one by one says "Sector 1,2,3,4..."
MEANS if we are puting the sectors one bye one says in serial order during the read operation we will always miss the subsequent sectors for each subsequent sector the drive will require and unnecessary complete rotation this will make the hard disk slow
and in 1:3
when the data is being read frm 1st sector the head reaches 2nd and 3rd sector So if we put the 2nd sector at the 3rd and 4th position the 2nd sector will be at the correct position when the read 2nd sec instruction is received by the read right head
this will save unnecessary disk rotation after each sec read


thats why i am asking this stupid qution
kindly clearafy my douwbt
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« Reply #3 on: May 05, 2004, 03:37:33 AM »

Whew! Thought I'd done another one of my 1:00 am
postings and made another mistake due to sleepiness.

See here:
http://www.pcguide.com/ref/hdd/geom/tracksInterleaving-c.html

If you really feel you want to manually control hd interleave,
the best place to go is to your HD manufacturer's website
to get a disk utility that is compatible with the drive.

As mentioned in the article, however, may modern drives will
just ignore the interleave commands, since the manufacturer
assumes you will want the fastest performance possible (And since modern interfaces are usually designed for 1:1 interleave).

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Originally posted by Alok

I regard you Mr Shplad
Thanks for your valuable info.
I regards your suggestions (....most unusual question) but these question help me know that i am thinking on the topic is wrong or right you know regarding hardware no one is Master there are lots of question we face up daily and this forum in nice place to met like you guys
i got this question from one of my student and could you tell me why you said that the 1:3 interleaving method will slow down the hd
I don't think that actually if you are working on 1: 1 interleaving mode you are taking one by one says "Sector 1,2,3,4..."
MEANS if we are puting the sectors one bye one says in serial order during the read operation we will always miss the subsequent sectors for each subsequent sector the drive will require and unnecessary complete rotation this will make the hard disk slow
and in 1:3
when the data is being read frm 1st sector the head reaches 2nd and 3rd sector So if we put the 2nd sector at the 3rd and 4th position the 2nd sector will be at the correct position when the read 2nd sec instruction is received by the read right head
this will save unnecessary disk rotation after each sec read


thats why i am asking this stupid qution
kindly clearafy my douwbt
regards
ALok


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« Reply #4 on: May 23, 2004, 12:03:58 PM »

hello friends kindly
note down
in earlier days 1:1 method are avoided because it will slow down the hdd now a days the cpu are quite better so no need to poke the nose
i had tried it but no need to do so
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