From: Scott Long [mailto:sco...@freebsd.org]
Wilko Bulte wrote:
On Mon, Aug 04, 2003 at 04:10:15PM -0400, Don Bowman wrote:
From: Justin T. Gibbs [mailto:gib...@scsiguy.com]
need larger spacing). If your cable is shorter than this,
consider trying something longer.
Me & my trusty ruler re-measured the cable, and straightened out,
it is 10.4" tip to tail, which matches the spec. I was foolishly
thinking of the folded length.
It isn't too folded I hope? In the sense that you sometimes
find flatcables stashed in miniscule cutouts in cases etc. Not
too good for signal integrity either.
Except in cases where you need to slip through a tight slot and only a
flat cable will do, the new-fangled round u320 cables are superior to
their flat counterparts.
Correct me if i'm wrong, but for a single device on a chain, they
are equivalent. The round cable is really just the flat cable untwisted,
and its got the same amount of flat length @ each end.
I can believe the round ones are better for several drives on a