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I have a running server which has 100 users. When users connect to server and run their programs cpu hits high values after a while. How can i organize my server's cpu like organizing network with tc (traffic control) in linux. Thanks

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migrated from Oct 20 '11 at 15:10

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If you're running a modern kernel, you can limit resource access with cgroups.

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man ulimit for how to do this inside a shell, somewhat.

Of course, you don't specify what "connect to server and run programs" actually entails.

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