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SubjectRe: [RFC 0/5] Memory controller soft limit introduction (v3)
KAMEZAWA Hiroyuki wrote:
> Hmm, that is the case where "share" works well. Why soft-limit ?
> i/o conroller doesn't support share ? (I don' know sorry.)

Share is a proportional allocation of a resource. Typically that resource is
soft-limits, but not necessarily. If we re-use resource counters, my expectation
is that

A share implementation would under-neath use soft-limits.

> yes. what I want to say is you should take care of this.

Yes, it will

> Anyway, I think you should revisit the whole memory reclaim and fixes small bugs?
> which doesn't meet soft-limit.

I'll revisit the full thing, I am revisiting parts of it as I write the soft
limit feature.

Warm Regards,
Balbir Singh
Linux Technology Center

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