CGROUPFS-MOUNT(8) - Linux man page online | Administration and privileged commands
Set up cgroupfs mount hierarchies.
CGROUPFS-MOUNT(8) System Manager's Manual CGROUPFS-MOUNT(8)
NAMEcgroupfs-mount, cgroupfs-umount - set up cgroupfs mount hierarchies
SYNOPSISControl groups are a kernel mechanism for tracking and imposing limits on resource usage on groups of tasks. These scripts mount and unmount the hierarchies for managing them. cgroupfs-mount cgroupfs-umount
DESCRIPTIONThe location for the mounts these scripts create is /sys/fs/cgroup, which is widely regarded as "the place" for these to be mounted (for example, systemd mounts them here as well).
RETURN VALUEZero for success or if it is determined that we can or should not mount, due to user entries in /etc/fstab or pre-existing mounts. Non-zero for explicit failures. CAVEATS & DIAGNOSTICS It is critically important for the proper operation of these scripts that you do not manu‐ ally include any cgroup mount points in /etc/fstab. After commenting out any extraneous cgroup entries in /etc/fstab, you should either reboot or manually umount them and then run cgroupfs-mount again.
RESTRICTIONSThese scripts intentionally do not do any cgroup management or classification of tasks into cgroups. They are also very intentionally light on configurability (to the point of non-existence) to keep the implementation simple and less error-prone.
AUTHORSSerge Hallyn and Tianon Gravi
HISTORYThis package was originally derived from the cgroup-lite package from Ubuntu.
SEE ALSOmount(8), fstab(5), systemd(1)
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