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2.10.2. Finding a Subsystem

To find the subsystems that are availabe in your kernel and how are they mounted together to hierarchies, run:
cat /proc/cgroups
Or, to find the mount points of particular subsystems, run:
lssubsys -m subsystems
where subsystems is a list of the subsystems in which you are interested.

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