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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/2] Traffic control cgroups subsystem
    On Wed, Sep 10, 2008 at 4:45 PM, Thomas Graf <> wrote:
    > That's argueable I guess. Likely or not, it doesn't make sense to
    > add such restrictions if not required, especially not when it is
    > trivial to just look at the cgroup of the task directly.

    Isn't a very large fraction of outgoing network traffic driven from
    net_tx_action(), which doesn't execute in the context of the sending
    process? Or am I missing something?

    You claimed "In the most common case, the packet is not queued before
    it hits the qdisc so this takes away a lot of complexity and is very
    fast but should still be sufficient.". But is that really true on a
    system where the network is busy? (Which is after all exactly the case
    where you care about accurate traffic accounting/policing)


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