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SubjectRe: [ckrm-tech] [RFC] Resource Management - Infrastructure choices
Paul M wrote:
> I've played around with the idea where the hierarchies of resource
> controller entities was distinct from the hierarchy of process
> containers.

It would be nice, me thinks, if the underlying container technology
didn't really care whether we had one hierarchy or seven. Let the
users (such as CKRM/RG, cpusets, ...) of this container infrastructure
determine when and where they need separate hierarchies, and when and
where they are better off sharing the same hierarchy.

The question of one or more separate hierarchies is one of those long
term questions that should be driven by the basic semantics of what we
are trying to model, not by transient infrastructure expediencies.

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