I believe this config was made with an auto qos command that was deleted but the rest is still there like de wrr commands and also believe that this does not make any improvement in this link so those are not doing anything in there and can be deleted.
The thing is that I don't have the technical explanation to convince him that this is not a way to configure a trunk link.
Re: mls qos trust cos and other conf in trunk link
All of the commands are indeed related to QoS - if there is not reason for QoS to be running on that link then they can all be removed and the trunk will still function as normal. I haven't used autoqos on a Cat6500, but it looks very similar to the Qos configs i have on a 6500 here that was manually configured.
If you are running things like IP telephony over the trunk and want to ensure that the voice traffic is prioritised, then it is a good idea to have QoS configured. If you are not, and you want all traffi cto receive equal treatment, then remove all of the following commands:
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