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Bug#614810: linux-image-2.6.32-5-openvz-amd64: CPU limits missing



Am 23.02.2011 16:46, schrieb maximilian attems:
On Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 04:35:09PM +0100, Peter Rohrer wrote:

Since openvz Kernel 042test006.1, CPU limits are back in the
openvz kernel. The currend debian kernel can limit the cpu usage
of a virtual machine only  relative to other virtual machines,
there is no absolute limiting possible (for example, limit a
virtual machine to just 1 CPU).
Is there a chance we can get this feature into a point release
of squeeze?
This did work in the older 2.6.18 Kernel from openvz.org, but
this kernel doesn't work with squeeze, and many people need the
new features of 2.6.32 but also need CPU limiting.

can you check if it is in latest openvz git 2.6.32
http://git.openvz.org/?p=linux-2.6.32-openvz;a=summary

No, it is not. It also tested it on an system running Debian 6.0.1, paravirtualized guests are still able to eat up all available CPU time on all CPUs.

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