On Thu, 22 Jun 2000, Andrey Savochkin wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 21, 2000 at 12:28:57PM -0300, Marcelo Tosatti wrote:
> > On Tue, 20 Jun 2000, Andrey Savochkin wrote:
> > > policy. Contrary to upper limits, guaranteed minimal amount of resources
> > > provides you quality of service for "well-behaved" subjects independently of
> > > (mis-)behavior of others. That's how I'm approaching to memory management.
> > This is really nice.
> > How do you plan to make this with current 2.4 VM active/inactive/scanvenge
> > lists?
> I'm making experiments at this moment.
I have a plan on how to make this work. A (very rough) draft
of the idea is on:
Basically we want to:
1) try and make an educated guess as to how big the actual
working set of each process is
2) normalise the rss guarantees / limits to make sure that:
- the sum of all rss guarantees never exceeds physmem/N
- no rss limit is above ulimit.rss
- a user does not exceed his/her rss quota
- a user does not get below his/her rss guarantee
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