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Discussion in 'CloudLinux' started by tiff2342, Sep 5, 2012.
when will we have protection from I/O abuse?
Beta version is here:
New beta kernel for CL6 with IO limits 2.6.32-379.1.1.lve126.96.36.199.1
It might go into production next week.
This is great news, and its actually related to what I asked in another posts, limit hard drive access.
Just one question. Will this also worked in virtualized environments? Like Xen/XenServer or Vmware? Where drives are virtualized?
My guess is yes, as for the OS its just another drive, but since it uses hte kernel it probably will need to be adapted to the xen kernel for example.
Any idea when this will go into production for CL 5?
I realize there is a special kernel that allows this... but I'm not sure that is a good idea to run on a production server, and we would *really* love to see this io feature, too. Is upgrading to CL6 the only solution?
It is already available for CL5 via hybrid kernel.
I trying CL5 with hybrid kernel and get high load and server not responding
Please, contact our support at helpdesk.cloudlinux.com so we can take a look.
Also could you check if nohz=off flag is /boot/grub/grub.conf?