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SubjectRe: DoS tmpfs,ramfs, malloc, saga continues
On Wed, Aug 15, 2001 at 05:20:09PM +0300, Szabolcs Szakacsits wrote:
>
> > usage of a system well but not your case. The more complex answer is to
> > provide the option for very precise group based resource accounting (aka
> > the beancounter patch). That is for those who want to pay the probable 2%
> > or so system penalty for being able to precisely manage a system resource
> > set. With the beancounter infrastructure you can then get to the point where
>
> It's not ready for use. It was touched last time about one year ago for
> 2.4.0-test7.

I just can't spare time now to maintain the patch properly and make a port
for each kernel release.
When 2.5 is started, I've promised myself to put other things aside and work
on the patch to have it in the mainstream.

Andrey
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