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SubjectRe: [patch v2 0/8]block: An IOPS based ioscheduler
On Mon, Jan 30, 2012 at 03:02:13PM +0800, Shaohua Li wrote:
> An IOPS based I/O scheduler
> Flash based storage has some different characteristics against rotate disk.
> 1. no I/O seek.
> 2. read and write I/O cost usually is much different.
> 3. Time which a request takes depends on request size.
> 4. High throughput and IOPS, low latency.

Hi Shaohua,

Last time we agreed that you will try to extend CFQ iops mode to take care
of this case. I was wondering that if that idea is out of the window?

Also what's the real workload where this is going to benefit us. I had
struggled to run something which drove constantly deep queue depths to
get the fairness without idling.


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