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What does "\df /dev/cgroup/" say ? Could it be that the filesystem is "vserver" ? In which case you could have an incompatibility between vserver and docker (which use the same underlying technologies). On my system, just \df wont show it, but only by explicitely providing the path to df will it show. It will show in "cat /proc/mounts" as well.
Please try for example systemctl set-property user-1000.slice CPUShares=100 Assuming you wish to limit the resource for UID 1000 and limit the CPUShares.
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