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System Administration Guide: Virtualization Using the Solaris Operating System
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Administering Resource Controls (Task Map)



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Set resource controls.

Set resource controls for a project in the /etc/project file.

Setting Resource Controls

Get or revise the resource control values for active processes, tasks, or projects, with local scope.

Make runtime interrogations of and modifications to the resource controls associated with an active process, task, or project on the system.

Using the prctl Command

On a running system, view or update the global state of resource controls.

View the global logging state of each resource control on a system-wide basis. Also set up the level of syslog logging when controls are exceeded.

Using rctladm

Report status of active interprocess communication (IPC) facilities.

Display information about active interprocess communication (IPC) facilities. Observe which IPC objects are contributing to a project's usage.

Using ipcs

Determine whether a web server is allocated sufficient CPU capacity.

Set a global action on a resource control. This action enables you to receive notice of any entity that has a resource control value that is set too low.

How to Determine Whether a Web Server Is Allocated Enough CPU Capacity

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