> > Two words: "IO clustering".
> Yes, *after* the IO queue is fully loaded that makes sense. Leaving it
> partly or fully idle while waiting for it to load up makes no sense at all.
> IO clustering will happen naturally after the queue loads up.
Exactly, so we need to give the queue some time to load
up, right ?
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