On January 25, 2018 6:05:36 PM UTC, Jason Martin <agrel...@gmail.com> wrote:
>Ok, Thanks. I might leave running a long time just to test.
>openindiana-discuss mailing list
As for your other question - if a user should be allowed to do that sort of
load, it depends on the tasks of the machine (dedicated to you or shared by a
team etc.) I think by default there are no imposed limits, and the good balance
is individually defined.
Either way, there is a lot of tools in way of resource management, per-process
(ulimit), per-user/project, perhaps rcap for a zone dedicated as a constrained
sandbox for such things...
Note you might disallow swapping and so processes that don't have enough RAM
would fail a malloc and die or handle that otherwise. This would let the system
not lag due to swap i/o ;)
Typos courtesy of K-9 Mail on my Android
openindiana-discuss mailing list