It seems it's not:Quote:
This is a problem in Linux with scheduling I/O and many cores. One process gets all the bandwidth and others can't get a word in edgewise.
Even SFQ allowed this and CFQ moved even further. However, I don't expect from you to know this (if you even don't understand kernel versioning...). You and your friend already proved this in another thread.Quote:
Fair queuing would allow many processes demanding large levels of disk IO to each get fair access to the device, preventing any one process from denying the others.
Have a nice trolling there: