PROBE::IOSCHEDULER_T(3stap)eduler and block IORTaps:IOSCHEDULER_T(3stap)
probe::ioscheduler_trace.elv_abort_request - Fires when a request is aborted.
elevator_name The type of I/O elevator currently enabled. rq Address of request. disk_minor Disk minor number of request. rq_flags Request flags. name Name of the probe point disk_major Disk major no of request.
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