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2.10.5. Displaying Parameters of Control Groups

To display the parameters of specific control groups, run:
cgget -r parameter list_of_cgroups
where parameter is a pseudofile that contains values for a subsystem, and list_of_cgroups is a list of control groups separated with spaces. For example:
cgget -r cpuset.cpus -r memory.limit_in_bytes lab1 lab2
displays the values of cpuset.cpus and memory.limit_in_bytes for control groups lab1 and lab2.
If you do not know the names of the parameters themselves, use a command like:
cgget -g cpuset /

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