every system resource like CPU, memory, disk input/output, bandwidth is called a subsystem or resource controller
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What is Linux systemd ? A Neat Chart of its Componentsses are spawned they become members of the parent's cgroup.
A cgroup is named for the service it belongs, and in case you need to kill a service, you can just kill its cgroup, killing all of its processes in one go.
In cgroups vocabulary, <span>every system resource like CPU, memory, disk input/output, bandwidth is called a subsystem or resource controller. The Linux kernel provides access to various subsystems (like memory, CPU, and more) through these cgroups.
The cgconfig service is used to manage hierarchies and cgroups on your syst
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