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NAME

       cgconfigparser - setup control group file system

SYNOPSIS

       cgconfigparser [-h] [-l <filename>] [-L <directory>] [...]

OPTIONS

       -h, --help
              Displays help.

       -l, --load=FILE
              Parses the control groups configuration file Sets up the control
              group file system defined by the configuration file  and  mounts
              mount  points  defined by the configuration file.  The format of
              the file is described in cgconfig.conf. This option can be  used
              multiple times and can be mixed with -L option.

       -L, --load-directory=DIR
              Finds   all   files  in  given  directory  and  parses  them  in
              alphabetical order like they were specified by -l  option.  This
              option  can  be  used  multiple  times  and can be mixed with -l
              option.

       -a <agid>:<auid>
              defines the default owner of the rest  of  the  defined  control
              group’s   files.  These  users  are  allowed  to  set  subsystem
              parameters and create subgroups.  The default value is the  same
              as has the parent cgroup.

       -d, --dperm=mode
              sets the default permissions of a control groups directory.  The
              permissions needs to be specified as octal numbers e.g.  -d 775.

       -f, --fperm=mode
              sets the default permissions of the control  group  files.   The
              permissions needs to be specified as octal numbers e.g.  -f 775.
              The value is not used  as  given  because  the  current  owner's
              permissions  are  used  as  an  umask (so 777 will set group and
              others permissions to the owners permissions).

       -s, --tperm=mode
              sets the default permissions of the control group  tasks  files.
              The  permissions needs to be specified as octal numbers e.g.  -f
              775.  The value is not used as given because the current owner's
              permissions  are  used  as  an  umask (so 777 will set group and
              others permissions to the owners permissions).

       -t <tuid>:<tgid>
              defines the default owner of tasks file of the  defined  control
              group.  I.e.  this  user  and  members  of this group have write
              access to the file.

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

       CGROUP_LOGLEVEL
              controls verbosity of the tool. Allowed values are DEBUG,  INFO,
              WARNING or ERROR.

SEE ALSO

       cgconfig.conf (5)