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       cgmanager - a daemon to manage cgroups


       cgmanager [OPTION]...


       cgmanager  is  a daemon to manage cgroups.  Programs and users can make
       D-Bus requests to administer cgroups over which  they  have  privilege.
       To  ensure  that  users  may not exceed their privilege in manipulating
       cgroups, the cgroup manager accepts regular D-Bus  requests  only  from
       tasks  within  its  own  process-id  and user namespaces.  For tasks in
       private namespaces (such as containers), SCM-enhanced D-Bus  calls  are
       available.   Using  these  manually  is  not recommended.  Rather, each
       container is advised to run a cgproxy, which will forward  plain  D-Bus
       requests as SCM-enhanced D-Bus requests to the host cgmanager.

       Control group manager


              Maximum cgroup depth

       -M, --skip=subsystems to mount
              Subsystems to not mount

       -m, --mount=subsystems to mount
              Extra subsystems to mount

              Detach and run in the background

              Raise SIGSTOP when ready

       -q, --quiet
              reduce output to errors only

       -v, --verbose
              increase output to include informational messages

       --help display this help and exit

              output version information and exit

       The cgroup manager daemon


       To create a new memory cgroup called 'compute', you can use:
       dbus-send                                                 --print-reply
       --address=unix:path=/sys/fs/cgroup/cgmanager/sock    --type=method_call
       /org/linuxcontainers/cgmanager  org.linuxcontainers.cgmanager0_0.Create
       string:'memory' string:"compute" > /dev/null 2>&1
       To set a limit of 100000,
       dbus-send                                                 --print-reply
       --address=unix:path=/sys/fs/cgroup/cgmanager/sock    --type=method_call
       org.linuxcontainers.cgmanager0_0.SetValue               string:'memory'
       string:"compute" string:memory.limit_in_bytes int32:100000 >  /dev/null


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       This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is
       NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR  A  PARTICULAR


       cgproxy(8), credentials(7), dbus-send(1)