Regarding your question the following excerpt from the document "Quality of Service for Voice over IP" explains:
"LLQ uses the MQC configuration method to provide priority to certain classes and to provide guaranteed minimum bandwidth for other classes. During periods of congestion, the priority queue is policed at the configured rate so that the priority traffic does not monopolize all the available bandwidth. (If the priority traffic monopolizes the bandwidth, it prevents bandwidth guarantees for other classes from being met.) If you provision LLQ correctly, the traffic going into the priority queue should never exceed the configured rate."
Basically the priority command will kick in at congestion times and reserve only that particular amount of bandwidth for the priority traffic, but when there is no congestion the rest of the classes would be able to use bandwidth from the priority class.
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ISO images are as close as we can get to the old school classic IOS images from back in they day.
Doing upgrades by putting a new image on the flash, changing the boot pointer and reload was and is still the walhalla of Cisco based devices.
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