Talk:Anticipatory scheduling

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The write up on "anticipatory" isn't original research, please actually read what I wrote. It just references a paper published long ago to inform about a concept that is now used in at least two IO schedulers out there.


Would it be possible to get citations on several important statements, for example the fact that Anticipatory's functionality can be replicated through tuned usage of CFQ? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Blaster009 (talkcontribs) 17:45, 17 March 2014 (UTC)