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Old 10-06-2011, 12:15 PM   #1
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Cgroups and Systemd


I'm trying to figure how do I manage cgroup, for example - Oracle, with a systemd based system. Systemd manage by his own a cgroup directory, but the Oracle isn't managed by systemd.

So, will I need to create my own cgroup mount, besides the systemd - /sys/fs/cgroup? Like /cgroup/cpuset/oracle/?

What is the best practice on this configuration (systemd + cgroup).



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