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howtos:hardware:bfq_io_scheduler [2014/10/30 07:09 (UTC)]
alienbob Formatting and syntax fixes.
howtos:hardware:bfq_io_scheduler [2015/07/13 11:59 (UTC)]
ricky_cardo [Use BFQ IO scheduler] Added kernel config note change
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 CONFIG_DEFAULT_BFQ=y CONFIG_DEFAULT_BFQ=y
 </​code>​ </​code>​
 +<​note>​You may not need to manually edit the BFQ_CONFIG. ​ I noticed make oldconfig will prompt you about the patches added. </​note>​
  
   * Now grab the code: (I'm using 3.14 in this sample as Slackware-current is currently using 3.14.18) <code bash>   * Now grab the code: (I'm using 3.14 in this sample as Slackware-current is currently using 3.14.18) <code bash>
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 wget -nd --no-parent --level 1 -r -R "​*.html*"​ --reject $VERSION \ wget -nd --no-parent --level 1 -r -R "​*.html*"​ --reject $VERSION \
     http://​algo.ing.unimo.it/​people/​paolo/​disk_sched/​patches/​$VERSION     http://​algo.ing.unimo.it/​people/​paolo/​disk_sched/​patches/​$VERSION
 +</​code>​
 +    ​
 +  * Now copy your config file to /​usr/​src/​linux and rename it to ''​.config''​ \\ Example: (assuming the config you created above is in your home directory) <code bash>
 +cp $HOME/​BFQ_CONFIG /​usr/​src/​linux/​.config
 </​code>​ </​code>​
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-  * Now copy your config file to /​usr/​src/​linux and rename it to ''​.config''​ \\ Example: (assuming the config you created above is in your home directory) <code bash> +
-cp $HOME/​BFQ_CONFIG /​usr/​src/​linux/​.config +
-</​code>​+
  
   * cd /​usr/​src/​linux ;make oldconfig ;make -j4 && make modules_install   * cd /​usr/​src/​linux ;make oldconfig ;make -j4 && make modules_install

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