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NAME

       oomd - Userspace Out-Of-Memory (OOM) killer for Linux systems

SYNOPSIS

       oomd [OPTION] ...

DESCRIPTION

       oomd  leverages  PSI  and  cgroupv2  to  monitor  a  system holistically.  oomd then takes
       corrective action in userspace before an OOM occurs in kernel space. Corrective action  is
       configured  via a flexible plugin system, in which custom code can be written. By default,
       this  involves  killing  offending  processes.  This  enables  an  unparalleled  level  of
       flexibility  where each workload can have custom protection rules. Furthermore, time spent
       livedlocked in kernelspace is minimized.

OPTIONS

       --help, -h
              Show this help message and exit

       --version, -v
              Print version and exit

       --config, -C CONFIG
              Config file (default: /etc/oomd/oomd.json)

       --interval, -i INTERVAL
              Event loop polling interval (default: 5)

       --cgroup-fs, -f FS
              Cgroup2 filesystem mount point (default: /sys/fs/cgroup)

       --check-config, -c CONFIG
              Check config file (default: /etc/oomd/oomd.json)

       --list-plugins, -l
              List all available plugins

       --drop-in-dir, -w DIR
              Directory to watch for drop in configs

       --socket-path, -s PATH
              Specify stats socket path (default: /run/oomd/oomd-stats.socket)

       --dump-stats, -d
              Dump accumulated stats

       --reset-stats, -r
              Reset stats collection

       --device DEVS
              Comma separated <major>:<minor> pairs for IO cost calculation (default: none)

       --ssd-coeffs COEFFS
              Comma separated values for SSD IO cost calculation (default: see doc)

       --hdd-coeffs COEFFS
              Comma separated values for HDD IO cost calculation (default: see doc)

SEE ALSO

       https://github.com/facebookincubator/oomd#configuration

AUTHOR

       oomd is written by Facebook, Inc ⟨https://opensource.fb.com/⟩.

       This manual page was written by Yangfl ⟨mmyangfl@gmail.com⟩ for the  Debian  Project  (and
       may be used by others).

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