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 ...
What are the effects, if any, of scheduler priorities and policies for threads in an uncontended cpuset?
I have a Linux system where we have used cgroups to create two cpu_exclusive cpusets, A and B, and where we have migrated all user threads and all unbound kernel threads to a cgroup attached to cpuset ...
Is there a way to prioritise X applications with focus, preferably both in terms of CPU and I/O? Something like all X applications are niced and ioniced down in priority, but when they gain focus ...
How can I view the IO priority of a process? like to see for example if something has been ionice-ed.