process container is built into the application manager and enabled by default. It can be configured in the application manager config file using its unique ID:
containers: process: defaultControlGroup: "foo"
process container accepts the following configuration settings:
|A two-stage mapping object to allow for more readable code when dealing with
cgroups from the System UI via Container::controlGroup. The top-level
keys are readable group names that are used to interface with Container::controlGroup. The values themselves are
maps between multiple low-level
cgroup sub-system names and the actual
cgroup names within those sub-systems, such as:
controlGroups: foreGround: memory: mem1 cpu: cpu_full backGround: memory: mem2 cpu: cpu_minimal
|The default control group for an application when it is first launched.
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