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  1. Can you also test BFQ in the future? After all,...

    Can you also test BFQ in the future? After all, work is being done right now to integrate it into the kernel, and it's also supposed to replace CFQ when that happens.
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    Why do you publish articles with zero content? ...

    Why do you publish articles with zero content?

    If you ran benchmarks on some pre-alpha build of GCC and found nothing interesting why would you still publish the article and waste people's time?
  3. I can't find it right now, but there were I/O...

    I can't find it right now, but there were I/O tests here for 3.13, and it showed considerably lower perf than previous kernels, and the low perf continued with successive kernels (3.14, etc...).
  4. 3.13 had a perf regression as a result of the...

    3.13 had a perf regression as a result of the blk-mq patch, I wonder if this is finally going to be fixed in 3.16?
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    Does anyone have any information on that 3.13 I/O...

    Does anyone have any information on that 3.13 I/O regression? It looks like it wasn't fixed... or is the current low performance the new baseline?
  6. It looks like there are some serious performance...

    It looks like there are some serious performance regressions in 14.04...
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    The original Intel blog post had both ATA and...

    The original Intel blog post had both ATA and SCSI patches, but the patch that was merged into 3.15 was only the SCSI one.
    What happened to the ATA patch? And who has SCSI devices in their laptops...
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    According to the Intel blogpost...

    According to the Intel blogpost (https://01.org/suspendresume/blogs/tebrandt/2013/hard-disk-resume-optimization-simpler-approach) there are 2 patches, one for ATA and another for SCSI devices.

    It...
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