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       cgrulesengd - control group rules daemon


       cgrulesengd [options]


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

       The list of rules is read during the daemon startup is  are  cached  in
       the  daemon's  memory.   The  daemon  reloads the list of rules when it
       receives SIGUSR2 signal.  The daemon reloads the list of templates when
       it receives SIGUSR1 signal.

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


              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. If '-f'
              and  '-s'  are  used  together,  the  logs  are  sent  to   both

              Write log messages to syslog. The default facility is DAEMON. If
              '-f' and '-s' are used together,  the  logs  are  sent  to  both

              Don't fork the daemon, stay in the foreground.

              Display  more  log messages. This option can be used three times
              to enable more verbose log messages.

              Display less log messages.

              Disable logging.

              Equivalent to '-nvvvf -', 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 the owner of cgrulesengd
              socket. Assumes that cgexec runs with proper suid permissions so
              it can write to the socket when cgexec --sticky is used.


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


       the default libcgroup configuration file


       cgrules.conf (5)