> It's super annoying for me to post, because benchmarks drive me crazy,
> and yet here I am posting one - this is almost like self flagellation
> to paste this...
> https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=linux-56-nvme&;...
> None of these benchmarks are representative of a generic desktop. The
> difficulty with desktop workloads is their heterogenetity. Some people
> are mixing music, others compiling, still others lots of web browsing
> (Chrome OS I guess went to bfq around the same time we did), and we
> just don't really know what people are going to do. Some even use
> Workstation as a base for more typical server operations.
> The geometric mean isn't helpful either, because none of the tests are
> run concurrently or attempt to produce tag starvation which would
> result in latency spikes. That's where mq-deadline would do better
> than none.

In case you find it useful, Paolo has posted his own results from testing IO 
schedulers on Linux [1][2] as well as the scripts he used to generate the load 
[3]. I don't claim that these results have been independently verified or that 
they are good representations of the real world, but they may be a useful set 
of data points.

[1] http://algo.ing.unimo.it/people/paolo/disk_sched/results.php
[2] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2bREYTe0-0
[3] https://github.com/Algodev-github/S
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