On Fri, Jun 16, 2000 at 01:43:51PM -0500, Sam Watters wrote:
> In addition to the registration functions, the PAGG changes provide
> hooks for updating process aggregate containers when processes fork and
> exit. In addition, a new paggctl system call is proposed to allow the
> following types of services:
> 1) creation of a new pagg container
> 2) signal all processes that are attached to the pagg container
> 3) wait for the completion of all processes in the pagg container
> 4) future resource limit capabilities based upon pagg container
That could be very useful. Linux is lacking
useful per user/group resource (memory, ports, processes) limitation support
at the moment. This allows various local DoS attacks.
I guess your group accounting module is rather heavyweight. Having your hooks
support a minimal default resource manager too would be useful.
For that it would be probably need more hooks than just in fork/exit; for
example one in the page allocator. Does the existing code support resource
 There are the beancounter patches, but they seem to be outdated now.
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