In message <199904102057.paa27...@home.dragondata.com> Kevin Day writes: : i.e. uid 1001 starts 40 processes eating as much cpu as they can. Then uid : 1002 starts up one process. Uid 1002's process gets 50% cpu, and uid 1001's : 40 processes get 50% cpu shared between them.
I've seen some experimental patches in the past that try to do just this. However, there are some problems. What if uid 1002's process does a sleep. Should the 40 processes that 1001 just get 50% of the cpu? Or should there be other limits. It turns into an interesting research problem in a hurry. Warner To Unsubscribe: send mail to majord...@freebsd.org with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message