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NAME

       cgrulesengd - control group rules daemon

SYNOPSIS

       cgrulesengd [options]

DESCRIPTION

       cgrulesengd  is  a daemon, which distributes processes to control groups. When any process
       changes its effective  UID  or  GID,  cgrulesengd  inspects  list  of  rules  loaded  from
       cgrules.conf file and moves the process to the appropriate control group.

       The  list  of  rules  is read during the daemon startup and are cached in daemon's memory.
       The daemon reloads the list of rules when it receives SIGUSR2 signal.

       The daemon opens a standard unix socket to receive 'sticky' requests from cgexec tool.

OPTIONS

       -h|--help
              Display help.

       -f <path>|--logfile=<path>
              Write log messages to the given log file. When '-' is used as <path>, log  messages
              are  written  to  the standard output. Both '-f' and '-s' can be used together then
              logs are sent to both destinations.

       -s[facility]|--syslog=[facility]
              Write log messages to syslog. The default facility is DAEMON. Both  '-f'  and  '-s'
              can be used together then logs are sent to both destinations.

       -n|--nodaemon
              Don't fork the daemon, stay in foreground.

       -v|--verbose
              Display  more  log  messages. This option can be used twice to enable even more log
              messages.

       -q|--quiet
              Display less log messages. This option can be used twice to enable  even  less  log
              messages and log errors only.

       -Q|--nolog
              Disable logging.

       -d|--debug
              Equivalent  to  '-nvvf -', i.e. don't fork the daemon, display all log messages and
              write them to the standard output.

       -u <user>|--socket-user=<user>
              -g <group>|--socket-group=<group> Set owner of cgrulesengd socket. It assumes  that
              cgexec  tool  runs  with proper suid permissions so it can write to the socket when
              cgexec --sticky is used.

FILES

       /etc/cgrules.conf
       the default libcgroup configuration file

SEE ALSO

       cgrules.conf (5)