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SubjectRe: [-mm] Disable the memory controller by default
On Mon, Apr 7, 2008 at 5:16 AM, Balbir Singh <> wrote:
> No, it is not all bad. That can be done, but we need to guard against a usage like
> cgroup_disable=memory cgroup_enable=memory
> The user will probably get what he/she deserves for it.

I don't think we need to guard against that. It seems perfectly valid
to have a lilo config with


and then want to boot with the memory controller enabled you can do

lilo -R <image> cgroup_enable=memory

The kernel command line will then look like

"... cgroup_disable=memory cgroup_enable=memory"

and the last switch should win.


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