There is nothing in your configuration to indicate that you have "attempted" to configure packet marking, queueing, or any of the other key aspects of QoS.
It "appears" as though you expect someone to do all the work for you.
You need to first define what your requirements are, before you can commence with QoS configuration.
I suggest you do a search on the Cisco web site for a document titled "Quality of Service Solutions Configuration Guide"; do some reading; define your requirements; and then return with a request for assistance following some initial attempts to configure QoS.
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