I would like deadline to be the default IO scheduler for my system, and I don't want to lose that config when I reboot. What is the proper way of doing that? (I'm using Debian) Some hints: have a ...
Why, on every Linux I've used, when a program is really I/O bound, it bogs the machine down? It just happened when I (accidentally) tried to make gcc compile a (valid!) 50Mb C file. GCC was so I/O ...
Can the Linux disk scheduler be changed on the fly by writing to /sys/block/sda/queue/scheduler? Should applications (e.g. Mysql) be stopped / started when changing?
How can I view the IO priority of a process? like to see for example if something has been ionice-ed.