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What does hierarchy support do in cgroup?

cgroup has 2 options for memory control: memory.use_hierarchy = 1 : use hierarchy memory.use_hierarchy = 0 : use flat hierarchy, according to this answer What is the difference between the two? I ...
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Turning off swapping for only one process with cgroups?

I would like to turn off swapping for only one process. Swap should work as usual for the other processes. How I can implement this with cgroups?
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How to solve this memory issue gracefully?

I have a standard Linux (Debian testing) laptop, with a swap partition. I do a lot of experiments with it. Some of them are really memory hungry and the way Linux behaves by default is an issue for ...
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Measuring CPU and Memory per user to distribute “cost” of a server

How should I implement approximately correct per-user monitoring on a server? I want a way to split the cost of a server between the users based on their usage. On newer machines (RHEL6) I would use ...