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NAME

       container-limit - Limit ressources of a container

SYNOPSIS

       container limit [OPTIONS]

DESCRIPTION

       The container limit command limits ressources available to a container at runtime.

OPTIONS

       The following container options are available:

       -n, --name=NAME
           Specify container name.

       --blockio-device-weight=DEVICE WEIGHT
           Specify device specific blockio weight, see systemd.resource-control(5).

       --blockio-read-bandwidth=DEVICE BYTES
           Specify device specific blockio read bandwidth, see systemd.resource-control(5).

       -b, --blockio-weight=WEIGHT
           Specify general blockio weight, see systemd.resource-control(5).

       --blockio-write-bandwidth=DEVICE BYTES
           Specify device specific blockio write bandwidth, see systemd.resource-control(5).

       -c, --cpu-quota=QUOTA
           Specify CPU quota, see systemd.resource-control(5).

       --cpu-shares=SHARES
           Specify CPU shares, see systemd.resource-control(5).

       -m, --memory-limit=BYTES
           Specify memory limit, see systemd.resource-control(5).

       -t, --tasks-max=NUMBER
           Specify tasks max, see systemd.resource-control(5).

EXAMPLES

       Set blockio weight for the example.net container:
           sudo container limit -n example.net --blockio-weight 100

       Set CPU quota for the example.net container:
           sudo container limit -n example.net --cpu-quota 10%

       Set memory limit for the example.net container to 1GB:
           sudo container limit -n example.net --memory-limit 1G

       Set tasks max for the example.net container to 100:
           sudo container limit -n example.net --tasks-max 100

SEE ALSO

       container-tools(7), container(1).

HOMEPAGE

       More information about container-tools and the Open Infrastructure project can be found on
       the homepage at https://open-infrastructure.net.

CONTACT

       Bug reports, feature requests, help, patches, support and everything else are welcome on
       the Open Infrastructure Software Mailing List <software@lists.open-infrastructure.net>.

       Debian specific bugs can also be reported in the Debian Bug Tracking System at
       https://bugs.debian.org.

AUTHORS

       container-tools was written by Daniel Baumann <daniel.baumann@open-infrastructure.net> and
       others.