3.9. Additional Resources

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The definitive documentation for cgroup commands can be found in the manual pages provided with the libcgroup package.

Installed Documentation

The libcgroup-related Man Pages

  • cgclassify(1) — the cgclassify command is used to move running tasks to one or more cgroups.
  • cgclear(1) — the cgclear command is used to delete all cgroups in a hierarchy.
    cgconfig.conf(5) — cgroups are defined in the cgconfig.conf file.
  • cgconfigparser(8) — the cgconfigparser command parses the cgconfig.conf file and mounts hierarchies.
  • cgcreate(1) — the cgcreate command creates new cgroups in hierarchies.
  • cgdelete(1) — the cgdelete command removes specified cgroups.
  • cgexec(1) — the cgexec command runs tasks in specified cgroups.
  • cgget(1) — the cgget command displays cgroup parameters.
  • cgsnapshot(1) — the cgsnapshot command generates a configuration file from existing subsystems.
  • cgred.conf(5) — cgred.conf is the configuration file for the cgred service.
  • cgrules.conf(5) — cgrules.conf contains the rules used for determining when tasks belong to certain cgroups.
  • cgrulesengd(8) — the cgrulesengd service distributes tasks to cgroups.
  • cgset(1) — the cgset command sets parameters for a cgroup.
  • lscgroup(1) — the lscgroup command lists the cgroups in a hierarchy.
  • lssubsys(1) — the lssubsys command lists the hierarchies containing the specified subsystems.
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