Le 06/02/2012 00:40, Steve Kieu a écrit :
> In my machine whenever I so /etc/init.d/util-vserver start I got error:
> mount: special device vserver does not exist
> The actual problem is that the mount command add an option -o memory
> like that
> /bin/mount -t cgroup -o cpuset,cpu,cpuacct,memory vserver /dev/cgroup
> But in my desktop to save some memory I disable memory so it failed.
> In case I still want to use cpu and cpuacct for example I still want
> cgroup mounted.
> Can function _generateCgroupOptions detect the enabled bit
> in /proc/cgroups and if it is 0 then not adding that to the mount
> command? That will fix the problem.
you can also specify the componenet you want enabled in
Comma-separated list of subsystems to enable on the cgroup mount
point. The default is "all".
of course auto magical detection of available but disabled cgroup
system would be good too :)