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Control Resources With Cgroups

Controlling and limiting system resources is a great deal for sysadmins, especially on heavy loaded machines. When mentioning limiting or prioritization, some terms pop into my head like nice, and ulimit, that was before cgroups.

CGroups (Control Groups) is a linux kernel feature written by Paul Menage and Rohit Seth at 2006, that limits and allocates system resources to different process groups.

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Getting Started with LXC

LXC (Linux Containers) is an OS-level Virtualization method, used to run separated linux containers on the same machine without hardware emulation layer between the containers and the OS.

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