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SubjectRe: Re: limit cpu
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On Thursday 16 August 2001 18:13, you wrote:
> > > > i want to know if linux can limit the max cpu usage (not cpu time)
> > > > per user,
> > >
> > > no. doing so would inherently slow down the scheduler.
> >
> > but *BSD has this feature, what's the problem in linux?
>
> I said that, thinking that it would require another test along
> the scheduler's fast path. but if we only test when a process
> has exhausted its quantum (or perhaps at counter-recalc),
> the overhead would be minor.

I think that it's a good feature for linux, but I don't know if is very
complex to develope in linux. If I can limit the max cpu usage (in %) for an
user/group, the box is more solid.
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