How can input/output be optimized in Linux
asked 20 Feb '12, 12:35
Your question is a bit vague... but if you mean that you are trying to give preference to certain (disk) input/output tasks over others, you could try ionice. It is more or less just like nice, but for disk in and out.
If you are unfamiliar with nice, it is a system by which processes are either given or denied priority with the processor cycles. So, that might be what you are asking for as well.
You will probably get a better and quicker answer if you actually describe what it is you are trying to determine in some detail rather than simply leaving a cryptic question with ubiquitous answers.
answered 26 Jul '12, 23:56
I agree with WonerWoofy. Your question does not at all describe the information that your looking for. It is a very open ended question. Is this a performance question of the over system, a specific piece of software, what?
If you are willing to edit your question and be a little more detailed in your question you might find the answer(s) you are looking for.
answered 26 Aug '12, 02:30