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SubjectRe: [PATCH -V2 0/9] memcg: add HugeTLB resource tracking
On Thu, Mar 01, 2012 at 02:40:29PM -0800, Andrew Morton wrote:
> On Thu, 1 Mar 2012 14:46:11 +0530
> "Aneesh Kumar K.V" <> wrote:
> > This patchset implements a memory controller extension to control
> > HugeTLB allocations. It is similar to the existing hugetlb quota
> > support in that, the limit is enforced at mmap(2) time and not at
> > fault time. HugeTLB's quota mechanism limits the number of huge pages
> > that can allocated per superblock.
> >
> > For shared mappings we track the regions mapped by a task along with the
> > memcg. We keep the memory controller charged even after the task
> > that did mmap(2) exits. Uncharge happens during truncate. For Private
> > mappings we charge and uncharge from the current task cgroup.
> I haven't begin to get my head around this yet, but I'd like to draw
> your attention to That fix has
> been hanging around for a while, but I haven't done anything with it
> yet because I don't like its additional blurring of the separation
> between hugetlb core code and hugetlbfs. I want to find time to sit
> down and see if the fix can be better architected but haven't got
> around to that yet.

So.. that version of the fix I specifically rebuilt to address your
concerns about that blurring - in fact I think it reduces the current
layer blurring. I haven't had any reply - what problems do see it as
still having?

> I expect that your patches will conflict at least mechanically with
> David's, which is not a big issue. But I wonder whether your patches
> will copy the same bug into other places, and whether you can think of
> a tidier way of addressing the bug which David is seeing?

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