sajad torkamani

In a nutshell

A cgroup (short for control group) is a Linux kernel feature that lets you manage how many resources (e.g., CPU time, memory, network bandwidth, I/O) can be consumed by a group of processes.

Docker uses cgroups to provide resource isolation and management for containers. For example, you can configure a Docker container so that it never uses more than 50% of the CPU or more than 1GB of the RAM.

Tagged: Unix

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