From: Wesley Darlington (wesley at domain yelsew.com)
Date: Wed 11 Sep 2002 - 09:24:22 IST
On Tue, Sep 10, 2002 at 05:38:17PM +0100, Philip Reynolds wrote:
> Well I use FreeBSD IPFW/Dummnet to do all my bandwidth throttling
> needs. I presume there's a Linux equivalent?
Along these lines, I vaguely remember a very clever linux utility that
allowed one to run any program within a sandbox of sorts: one could
specify maximum cpu time allowed, maximum disk *mumble*s per second,
maximum network bandwidth use, etc etc. It worked on a per-process
basis (and, I assume, child processes). ISTR it had a two letter name,
and probably required a kernel addin. Does anybody know what I'm talking
about, or am I imagining things again?
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