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2<title>Introduction to hdparm</title>
4<screen>Download location: &hdparm-download;
5Version used: &hdparm-version;
6Package size: &hdparm-size;
7Estimated Disk space required: &hdparm-buildsize;</screen>
9<para>The hdparm package contains the hdparm utility. This is useful
10for controlling ATA/IDE controllers and hard drives both to increase
11performance and sometimes to increase stability.</para>
13<para><emphasis>WARNING!</emphasis> As well as being useful, incorrect
14usage of hdparm can destroy your information and in rare cases, drives.
15Use with caution and make sure you know what you are doing. If in
16doubt, we recommend you leave the default kernel parameters
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