> > I'm wondering why a default 'guest' creation implies some resources
> > restrictions? Couldn't the resources be unlimited? I understand the need
> > for resource management, but the default values look a little bit
> > tiny...
> The reason is security. A guest is untrusted by default, though sane
> limits are applied. Same as ulimit which has some sane defaults (check
> output of ulimit -a). Same as those kernel settings from /proc/sys --
> should /proc/sys/fs/file-max be 'unlimited' by default?
Ok. So as our benchmarks have no security concern, you will see no
objection if I set all the parameters in the 'guest' to their value in
the host, won't you?
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