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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] speed up SATA
    Jeff Garzik <jgarzik@pobox.com> wrote:
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    > TCQ-on-write for ATA disks is yummy because you don't really know what
    > the heck the ATA disk is writing at the present time. By the time the
    > Linux disk scheduler gets around to deciding it has a nicely merged and
    > scheduled set of requests, it may be totally wrong for the disk's IO
    > scheduler. TCQ gives the disk a lot more power when the disk integrates
    > writes into its internal IO scheduling.

    Slightly beneficial for throughput, disastrous for latency.

    It appears the only way we'll ever get this gross misdesign fixed is to add
    a latency test to winbench.

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