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SubjectRe: Feature proposal (scheduling related)

> > > With the current scheduler we can prioritize the CPU usage for each
> > > process. What I think would be extremely useful (as I have needed it
> > > many times) is the scheduling of disk I/O and net I/O traffic. 2
> > > examples showing the importance (the numbers are estimations just to
> > > explain whati I mean):
> >
> > Yes that would be nice, and in 2.5 timeframe
> > there was patch doing that. Port it to 2.6 an test it!
> Do you remember who wrote those or where one can find it?

After a bit of searching I found this. I'm not 100% sure this is the
same one I am remembering, but it looks like that.

[No, I'm probably remembering some other patch, this looks way too
simple, but may be good point to start...]

When do you have a heart between your knees?
[Johanka's followup: and *two* hearts?]
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