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Can we change to NOOP scheduler at runtime on the following kernel:
Linux 2.6.32-531.1.2.lve1.2.54.el6.x86_64

I\'ve read on here that it is not possible anymore:

Is this the case must one reboot?

I\'m trying to improve Disk IO time and found that this is a great fix. Our Server becomes very slow at times and random times has load average of 200+
Once I restart all services everything works again. If you have any tips :)

Anyway just would like to know the above?
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  1. 25.07.2014 07:07:59
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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Joined: 09.02.2010
noop should be fine, but I don\'t believe that is the cause of your high LA
please, submit a ticket to helpdesk.cloudlinux.com -- and our guys will try to help you track the issue.
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