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Solaris Containers: Resource Management and Solaris Zones Developer's Guide
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Writing Resource Management Applications

This manual focuses on resource management from the developer's point of view and presents information for writing the following kinds of applications:

  • Resource administration applications – Utilities to perform such tasks as allocating resources, creating partitions, and scheduling jobs.

  • Resource monitoring applications – Applications that check system statistics through kstats to determine resource usage by systems, workloads, processes, and users.

  • Resource accounting utilities – Applications that provide accounting information for analysis, billing, and capacity planning.

  • Self-adjusting applications – Applications that can determine their use of resources and can adjust consumption as necessary.

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