Posted Jun 5, 2007 14:40 UTC (Tue) by vMeson
In reply to: Process containers
Parent article: Process containers
an industrial use case:
let's say you are a network infrastructure vendor,
you'd like to allocate 60% of cpu to processing packets for existing work, 10 % for handling new work, 10% for system maintenance, 10% for I/O, and 10% for spying^Hlawful intercept. ;-) The missing bit is how these containers or classes interact. Is system maintenance more important than new work or do you have a policy of fairness?
Containers coupled to the new scheduler: CFS seem like a powerful combination.
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