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SubjectRe: 2.0, loggings, cpu quotas, 2.1 issues, etc.
On Mon, 10 Jun 1996, Jeff Johnson wrote:

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> > > Bernouli, CDROM, etc) can be ejected by software. When the disk is
> > > unmounted, the device should eject it's disk. This should not be very
> > > difficult to implement.
> >
> > It's usually a user-definable configuration option already.. many people do not
> > want it set as default due to crampt desk-space/etc..
>
> Wow... where do I enable it?
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In the source code/headers for the CDROM if you have the same as I do.. the
linux/include/linux/sbpcd.h has options. (don't know about others.)

As for the CPU quotas I like the idea of "no more than 20% of the CPU" at
once, but I don't know how implementable it would be. As for "only n hours
of CPU use per user", I don't see why this couldn't be better done in user
space... unless you mean absolute, cumulative time spent by the CPU for that
user only -- and you can, say, ftp for a _long_ time (with a 14.4 anyway)
before you show significant time on "top". -- most users won't be doing
really intensive stuff.

It also seems to me that time-in-CPU for a process should count as time
spent by that process, (this isn't too important)

.. but again, is it feasible? I wouldn't know.

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