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    SubjectRe: [PATCH v2 02/13] memcg: Kernel memory accounting infrastructure.
    On 03/15/2012 04:48 AM, KAMEZAWA Hiroyuki wrote:
    >>> - What happens when a new cgroup created ?
    >> >
    >> > mem_cgroup_create() is called =)
    >> > Heh, jokes apart, I don't really follow here. What exactly do you mean?
    >> > There shouldn't be anything extremely out of the ordinary.
    >> >
    >
    > Sorry, too short words.
    >
    > Assume a cgroup with
    > cgroup.memory.limit_in_bytes=1G
    > cgroup.memory.kmem.limit_in_bytes=400M
    >
    > When a child cgroup is created, what should be the default values.
    > 'unlimited' as current implementation ?
    > Hmm..maybe yes.

    I think so, yes. I see no reason to come up with any default values
    in memcg. Yes, your allocations can fail due to your parent limits.
    But since I never heard of any machine with
    9223372036854775807 bytes of memory, that is true even for the root memcg =)



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