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Re: [libvirt-users] How to retrieve legacy cgroups location ?



Hi,

1) As I was totally unable to find it , I tried to reboot my server.

2) And then,  I found all the stuff located there (included the three subdirs for the 3 Guests) :

ls /cgroup/cpu/libvirt/qemu
cgroup.event_control  cgroup.procs  cpu.cfs_period_us  cpu.cfs_quota_us  cpu.rt_period_us  cpu.rt_runtime_us  cpu.shares  cpu.stat  notify_on_release  tasks  VM_Orion-1  VM_Orion-2  VM_ORION-W2008R2-1


Thx.

J.P.

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Martin Kletzander [mailto:mkletzan redhat com] 
Envoyé : jeudi 29 octobre 2015 11:54
À : Jean-Pierre Ribeauville
Cc : libvirt-users redhat com
Objet : Re: [libvirt-users] How to retrieve legacy cgroups location ?

On Thu, Oct 29, 2015 at 10:40:44AM +0000, Jean-Pierre Ribeauville wrote:
>Hi,
>
>As told in "Control Groups Resource Management" libvirt page :
>Legacy cgroups layout
>Prior to libvirt 1.0.5, the cgroups layout created by libvirt was 
>different from that described above, and did not allow for 
>administrator customization. Libvirt used a fixed, 3-level hierarchy 
>libvirt/{qemu,lxc}/$VMNAME which was rooted at the point in the 
>hierarchy where libvirtd itself was located. So if libvirtd was placed 
>at /system/libvirtd.service by systemd, the groups for each virtual 
>machine / container would be located at 
>/system/libvirtd.service/libvirt/{qemu,lxc}/$VMNAME. In addition to 
>this, the QEMU drivers further child groups for each vCPU thread and 
>the emulator thread(s). This leads to a hierarchy that looked like

I just skimmed through the question, but wouldn't reading '/proc/$(pidof libvirtd)/cgroup' or cat /proc/$QEMU_PID/cgroup be enough?

>I'm trying to retrieve this layout :
>
>$ROOT
>  |
>  +- system
>      |
>      +- libvirtd.service
>           |
>           +- libvirt
>               |
>               +- qemu
>               |   |
>               |   +- vm1
>               |   |   |
>               |   |   +- emulator
>               |   |   +- vcpu0
>               |   |   +- vcpu1
>               |   |
>               |   +- vm2
>               |   |   |
>               |   |   +- emulator
>               |   |   +- vcpu0
>               |   |   +- vcpu1
>               |   |
>               |   +- vm3
>               |       |
>               |       +- emulator
>               |       +- vcpu0
>               |       +- vcpu1
>
>
>How may I find where systemd has placed libvirtd ?
>
>I use libvirt 0.10.2 on a RHEL6 2.6.32-431.el6.x86_64
>
>
>Thx for help.
>
>J.P. Ribeauville
>
>
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