Re: [ProbableSpam] Re: [RFC, PATCH 0/5] Going forward with ResourceManagement - A cpu controller
From: Paul Jackson
Date: Mon Aug 07 2006 - 05:29:17 EST
> > A filesystem based interface is useful when you have hierarchies (as resource
> > groups and cpusets do) since it naturally defines a convenient to use
> > hierarchical namespace.
> but it is not much convinient for applications then.
Is this simply a language issue? File systems hierarchies
are more easily manipulated with shell utilities (ls, cat,
find, grep, ...) and system call API's are easier to access
If so, then perhaps all that's lacking for convenient C access
to a filesystem based interface is a good library, that presents
an API convenient for use from C code, but underneath makes the
necessary file system calls (open, read, diropen, stat, ...).
I won't rest till it's the best ...
Programmer, Linux Scalability
Paul Jackson <pj@xxxxxxx> 1.925.600.0401
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