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SubjectRe: 2.0, loggings, cpu quotas, 2.1 issues, etc.
> It's implementable. The kernel needs a "struct userinfo" per logged-in user 
> for that to work. The same structure could also hold total memory usage,
> which would enable us to finally block most of the more malicious
> fork/malloc bombs.

Make that a chargeable group and we get the ability to partition a big
machine up by department and to do sensible charging schemes. For big number
crunchers that is an issue.

> But then, if you have that kind of user population where this is a
> significant problem, your money is better spent on educating these guys to
> Not Do That (and kick the few people who can't understand the words "cease
> and desist" off the system).

Users you can educate, "Customers" tend to be trickier

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