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Proc/pid>cgroup
Aug 27, 202124) See cgroups(7). /proc/[pid]/clear_refs (since Linux 2.6.22) This is a write-only file, writable only by owner of the process. The following ...
Aug 27, 2021When writing a PID into the cgroup.procs, all threads in the process are moved into the new cgroup at once. Within a hierarchy, a process can be ...
cat proc/PID/cgroup. Where PID stands for the ID of the process you wish to examine. By default, the list is the same for all units started by systemd, ...
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You can use the cgroup.procs file instead of the tasks file to move all threads in a threadgroup at once. Echoing the PID of any task in a threadgroup to ...
Mar 15, 2019Kernel.org Bugzilla – Bug 202939 /proc/<pid>/cgroup lists root cgroup when process crashed and core handler is running in some cases Last ...

Nov 7, 2016cat /proc/self/cgroup 10:perf_event:/ 9:hugetlb:/ 8:freezer:/ 7:cpu,cpuacct:/ 6:memory:/ 5:devices:/user.slice 4:cpuset:/ 3:blkio:/ ...
Control groups (or cgroups as they are commonly known) are a feature provided by the ... The cgroup name of a process can be found in /proc/PID/cgroup .
/proc/[pid]/cgroup (since Linux 2.6.24): This file describes control groups to which the process/task belongs. For each cgroup hierarchy there is one entry ...
Aug 25, 2018本文详细分析了/proc/pid/cgroup文件的内核实现。 注意:本文基于3.10.0-862.el7.x86_64版本kernel进行分析。

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