On Tue, Oct 25, 2005 at 09:26:16AM +0200, Raimund Specht wrote:
> Hi !
> >> Is there any documentation of what the various keys and values in the
> >> files in /proc/virtual/ mean (more than just a 'ls -R /proc/virtual/*')?
> > The "keys" (=subdirs) btw are the Context-IDs of the
> > running VServer guest systems.
> Oh yes, this isn't too hard to find out :)
> > on the first attempt I found this doc:
> > http://linux-vserver.org/HowTo+Read+ProcFS
> > Maybe this helps?
> No, this is just a cat *.
> What I want to know is what all those funny values mean, e.g. what do these
> three columns with 2 values each in cacct mean, what is load_updates, what
> are the values in limit etc.
I added some explanations, but not all entries are
easily explainable and/or useful for the typical
for example, the beforementioned load_updates count
the number of load average calculations done for
this context (which is very useful for development
and performance tuning, but usually only of limited
use for administration)
> Thanks in advance.
> By(e): Raimund Specht.
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Received on Mon Oct 31 22:19:56 2005