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System Administration Guide: Virtualization Using the Solaris Operating System
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Configuring and Using the Resource Capping Daemon (Task Map)



For Instructions

Set the memory cap enforcement threshold.

Configure a cap that will be enforced when the physical memory available to processes is low.

How to Set the Memory Cap Enforcement Threshold

Set the operation interval.

The interval is applied to the periodic operations performed by the resource capping daemon.

How to Set Operation Intervals

Enable resource capping.

Activate resource capping on your system.

How to Enable Resource Capping

Disable resource capping.

Deactivate resource capping on your system.

How to Disable Resource Capping

Report cap and project information.

View example commands for producing reports.

Reporting Cap and Project Information

Monitor a project's resident set size.

Produce a report on the resident set size of a project.

Monitoring the RSS of a Project

Determine a project's working set size.

Produce a report on the working set size of a project.

Determining the Working Set Size of a Project

Report on memory utilization and memory caps.

Print a memory utilization and cap enforcement line at the end of the report for each interval.

Reporting Memory Utilization and the Memory Cap Enforcement Threshold

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