Original post from this thread on browser caching.
To add to this, it is an effective security measure to clear absolutely all cached data (cookies, web content, ....) when closing the browser - i.e. in case of a shutdown. It takes a bit of work to re-login to all the sites but websites will not... (7 Replies)
Quick question for some hopefully ;-)
When using resource capping (for CPU in this case). If a container is restricted to use a single CPU/core, are the other containers intelligent enough to know that they have fewer CPU's available to them?
My question relates to a T2000 which... (7 Replies)
Is there any way if a normal user in a non global zone can check the resources assigned to the zone ? like max-locked-memory etc.
2. Is it possible to disable the max-locked-memory for a particular zone without rebooting a zone ? (1 Reply)
Can anyone answer my questions
1. Whats the difference between project.max-locked-memory and max-rss.
And out these 2 which is the preferred way of limiting the physical memory in a project or zone.
2. How to restrict the swap memory in projects (0 Replies)
I 've 2 questions regarding resource pools and projects,
1. My system has 5 zones and 2 pools configured.
Now, how can i check which zone is running with with pool with the ps command , not with zonecfg command.
2. How can i check a process is running under which project ? (1 Reply)
When I create a new project:
For example: projadd -K "project.max-shm-memory=(priv,16GB,deny)" project_name
I need to associate this project to a user in /etc/user_attr:
Otherwise, id –p shows reveals that the user has project default.
Is there... (0 Replies)
When I run the prstat -a command I get the following output for user oracle.
NPROC USERNAME SIZE RSS MEMORY TIME CPU
118 oracle 70G 30G 100% 4:38:03 52%
The reading under the "MEMORY" heading is 100%. What does this mean? I hope it doesn't mean user oracle is using... (2 Replies)