Re: [RFC PATCH 2/2] memcg: add memory and swap knobs to the default cgroup hierarchy

From: Vladimir Davydov
Date: Mon Dec 29 2014 - 03:54:52 EST

On Sun, Dec 28, 2014 at 03:30:23PM -0500, Johannes Weiner wrote:
> As such, my proposals would be:
> memory.low: the expected lower end of the workload size
> memory.high: the expected upper end
> memory.max: the absolute OOM-enforced maximum size
> memory.current: the current size
> And then, in the same vein:
> swap.max
> swap.current
> These names are short, but they should be unambiguous and descriptive
> in their context, and users will have to consult the documentation on
> how to configure this stuff anyway.

To me, memory.max resembles memory.max_usage_in_bytes from the old
interface, which is confusing. However, if we forget about the old
interface, the new names look fine.

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