Control Groups (CGroups) provides methods for hierarchically managing resources within the system such as memory consumption, CPU time, block device bandwidth in read and write operations, etc. For example, a system could partition CPU execution time where 80% of all CPU execution time is spent on a database workload. Within this 80%, the CPU execution time can be further par...
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