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SubjectRe: [-mm] Disable the memory controller by default
On Mon, Apr 07, 2008 at 05:21:37PM +0530, Balbir Singh wrote:
> Due to the overhead of the memory controller. The
> memory controller is now disabled by default. This patch changes
> cgroup_disable to cgroup_toggle, so that each controller can decide
> whether it wants to be enabled/disabled by default.
> If everyone agrees on this approach and likes it, should we push this
> into 2.6.25?

First I like the change to make it disabled by default.

I don't think "toggle" is good semantics for a user visible switch
because that changes the meaning when the kernel default changes
(which it will likely once the current default overhead is fixed)

It should be rather: cgroup=on/off


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