On 14.09.2010 16:59, Ben Hutchings wrote: > On Tue, Sep 14, 2010 at 09:51:49AM -0400, Jon Bernard wrote: >> >> I agree with not creating another top-level directory. I configured >> libcgroup to mount cgroupfs under /mnt/cgroup as an initial solution, >> but mounting in /sys/fs seems much more consistent with current >> conventions. > > Using /mnt/cgroup is definitely wrong. FHS says that /mnt is reserved as a > temporary mountpoint for local use. > > If there is a consensus upstream that /sys/fs/cgroup is the right place for > this filesystem, This patch has ben acked by Paul Menage <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Dhaval Giani <email@example.com> Afaik Dhaval is the libcgroup upstream developer and Paul is the maintainer of the kernel cgroup code. And also as mentioned before, it will be in 2.6.36. I guess this can be considered as consensus upstream. and this is needed in squeeze (rather than just for > systemd) then I think we would add that directory in the kernel package for > squeeze. Otherwise, this is for wheezy (and current experimental) only. As we usually try to support running the old kernel from release (squeeze) in release+1(wheezy), this patch would ensure that systemd would easily run with a squeeze kernel (without any ugly workarounds). It would be future-proofing if you will. Cheers, Michael -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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