On Tue, Oct 20, 2009 at 1:20 PM, Ketan <techie...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Can anyone answer my questions
> 1. Whats the difference between project.max-locked-memory  and max-rss.
> And out these 2 which is the preferred way of limiting the physical memory in 
> a project or zone.

RSS means "Resident Set Size" and can be considered to be the amount
of RAM that the project's processes are using.

Locked memory is the pages of RAM that have been locked - pages that
cannot be paged out.

> 2. How to restrict the swap memory in projects
There is a swap-cap for zones. See resource_controls(5).
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