Confused as to the point of this.
Posted Jun 24, 2013 16:32 UTC (Mon) by mezcalero (guest, #45103)
This all is gradual thing: the kernel will support split AND unified hiearchies for a time, and so will systemd. Then, systemd will allow other code to change the cgroup fs for some time, but eventually will be more restrictive and log every such change. In the long run on systemd systems we'll enforce single-hierarchy and single-writer strictly.
Posted Jun 24, 2013 21:08 UTC (Mon) by khim (subscriber, #9252)
It's a rule, not law. There are couple of exceptions: even though user-space interfaces are supposed to be maintained forever, they sometimes do change—after a long deprecation period and If there's nobody around to see it, did it really break?
cgroups will obviously follow the slow path
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