first, I think I'm daydreaming, however I don't understand what I may be
I'm running four vservers and lately, since I started more development
stuff, noticed they only run 1/4th of the available CPU. The typical
default when SCHED_HARD is enabled.
However I've neither SCHED_HARD enabled, nor defined any sched/* limits.
But I was able to get a 1/1 ratio by *manually* with vsched and now have
to use my custom script to set a vserver to 1/1 after launch.
Ok, if you read the version numbers you'll probably so "it's a bug in
that version and you need to upgrade" because I guess they're clearly
outdated. But could that be true?
I won't upgrade the kernel on the existing system, too high is the risk
to break anything. Once I get my new hardware in the next months, I
swear I will ...
util-vserver: 0.30.204; Dec 20 2005, 16:58:50
CC: gcc, gcc (GCC) 3.3.5 (Debian 1:3.3.5-13)
CXX: g++, g++ (GCC) 3.3.5 (Debian 1:3.3.5-13)
CFLAGS: '-Wall -g -O2 -std=c99 -Wall -pedantic -W'
CXXFLAGS: '-g -O2 -ansi -Wall -pedantic -W
Use dietlibc: yes
Build C++ programs: yes
Build C99 programs: yes
Available APIs: compat,v11,v13,fscompat,net,oldproc,olduts
ext2fs Source: e2fsprogs
syscall(2) invocation: fast
vserver(2) syscall#: 273/glibc
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