On Sat, 28 Dec 2019 16:04:53 +0200
Alex Suykov <alex.suy...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Sat, Dec 28, 2019 at 01:57:25PM +1100, eric vidal wrote:
> > Well, for me, cgroups is clearly a lack to s6. Using it for every
> > process like systemd do have no sense, but in some case it can be
> > useful to protect e.g an "over-eat" allocation memory by a program
> > (in particular over a server).
> Minor note on this. Resource limiting with cgroups does not require
> any explicit support from s6, or any external tools for that matter.
> Literally just `echo $$ > $cg/cgroup.procs` in the startup script
> is enough, assuming the group has been created (mkdir) and the limits
> have been set (bunch of echo's).

You're right, i will see what i can do to uniform the preparation/creation of 
the cgroups for a process.

eric vidal <e...@obarun.org>

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