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Re: Dream Request - IO Limiting per process [message #51496 is a reply to message #51485] Fri, 27 June 2014 02:50 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
bjdea1 is currently offline  bjdea1
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I don't think so.........nothing that works properly. I'm needing hard enforceable limits - not the useless "soft" ionice limits crap.

I've been down that road before and it sucks, unless something new has come out?

For example I'm talking about forcefully limiting a process to 5MB/s IO bandwidth from the node. So no process within a VPS could use more than 5MB/s continuous IO bandwidth.

Are you referring to cgroups? Can I play around with cgroups and not upset openvz? Doesn't openvz already use cgroups? Could I upset openvz's cgroup hierarchy structure? Hosting/Software Billing Automation

[Updated on: Fri, 27 June 2014 03:04]

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