Re: Different scheduler behavior between 2.4 and 2.6

From: pradeep singh
Date: Mon Apr 30 2007 - 03:14:30 EST


On 4/30/07, Quan Sun <cfk.quan@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi,
On 4/30/07, pradeep singh <2500.pradeep@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> heh... if a lot of disk I/O is required try changing the I/O scheduler too.
> Make it CFQ, will help i guess.Read about Anticipatory and other IO
> schedulers too. Though IMHO CFQ will be good enough.

The problem is, my application is a heavy network socket IO proxy, and
no disk IO involved. :)
heh... sorry thought Disk IO is also involved.
But indeed a proxy(Squid if you are using, because i am just aware of
squid only ;-) ) does make use of disk cache a lot than it appears.
Isn't it?

But somehow this doesnot fits well, i mean the scheduler thing.
Can you try posting to the lkml too and let us know the responses?

Thanks
~psr

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