Linux cgroups (control groups) allow limiting and accounting for resources on a system, including CPU, memory, and block I/O.

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controlling priority of applications using cgroups

I would like to understand cgroups better and would like to understand the use-cases for applying cgroups. Are cgroups a good way for prioritizing different applications (i.e, giving higher priority ...
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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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Externaly limiting number of CPU cores used

I need to externally limit a process/session to a certain number of cores. Are there any other possibilities than CPU affinity (I don't like the need to specify the actual cores) and cgroups (hard to ...
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Using Linux cgroups to balance CPU performance

I have two dual-core Linux systems installed using Linux cgroups with relatively recent kernels; one is running Debian Squeeze, the other Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal. I've gotten CPU load balancing ...
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reserve resources for admin console

My servers is often almost DOS'ed by crawlers. I have not yet managed to figure out what exactly is responsible for the high load. CPU, memory and disk IO are not at the limit (could be network ...
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CGroup Processes Not Terminated even when main process has been killed through Systemctl stop command

I am running systemctl stop process command for some process. Please find the output for systemctl status process below: Loaded: loaded Active: deactivating (stop-sigterm) CGroup: ...