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    On Wednesday 13 August 2008 17:06:03 Fernando Luis Vázquez Cao wrote:
    > Besides, I guess that accessing the io context information (such as
    > ioprio) of a request through elevator-specific private structures is not
    > something we want virtio_blk (or future users) to do.

    The only semantic I assumed was "higher is better". The server (ie. host) can
    really only use the information to schedule between I/Os for that particular
    guest anyway.

    But it sounds like I should be passing "0" in there unconditionally until the
    kernel semantics are sorted out and I can do something more intelligent? I
    haven't checked, but I assume that's actually what's happening at the moment
    (the field is zero)?

    Rusty.
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