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Re: [opensuse] write several usb flash keys at once
On 09/06/2014 04:48 PM, jdd wrote:

using usb hubs is not a good idea, there are shared bandwith and often
probably collisions of sort of, because the write can be incredibly
slow, or device not working at all.

LOL! Its always a trade off.

In the limiting case a couple of dozen hubs and set up all 40 to run in
parallel, the go out, have dinner, see a movie, spend the evening with
your significant other, and come back the next day.

It beats hanging around doing the swap-restart cycle over and over.

You have to figure out not just elapsed/clock time but the time you
spend doing and waiting.

Personally I prefer going off and doing something else, even if its only
reading a book or cooking a meal, and letting the 'incredibly slow'
stuff grind through, to sitting at the terminal waiting, waiting, and
doing the swap-restart step and repeat one by one, even if that does
each unit faster.

And it may be that the elapsed time for 4 in parallel, or 7, 8, 10 in
parallel is the same as the elapsed time one at a time, but doing the
setup all at once saves you time.


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