Ok so we agree. I think our oversaturate thresholds are different,
> I'd just suggest that it's asinine to criticise an HBA for running up to
> reasonable limits when it's the non-toy OS that will do sensible I/O
> scheduling. So point your gums elsewhere.
Well I don't think 253 is a reasonable limit, that was the whole point.
How can sane io scheduling ever prevent starvation in that case? I can't
point my gums elsewhere, this is where I'm seeing starvation.
-- Jens Axboe
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