[Q] LXC configuration wizard: what is "CPU limit" & "CPU unit"?

Spazmic

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I feel like downgrading from 3.4 to 4.3. It hurts, I had faith in Proxmox.

Just wanted to add my voice to the unhappy people because of proxmox staff not acknowledging that they made a mistake.
 

Spazmic

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What mistake to you talk about exactly?
LXC. I understand there are good reasons to go from openvz to lxc, but the fact that the containers can see the node's info is a major drawback that makes proxmox unusable for different kind of production environments.
 

dietmar

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I understand there are good reasons to go from openvz to lxc, but the fact that the containers can see the node's info is a major drawback that makes proxmox unusable for different kind of production environments.
Yes, there was many reasons. But I agree, every solution has its own features and drawbacks. So I would suggest that you help to improve LXC - we make good progress.
 
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Fixweb

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The core limiting is now working on the last version ! This is a very good point for all hosters ;)
 

Philipp Page

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Concerning the CPU limit again. It now shows correctly the amount of CPUs in the container in htop but it still shows the CPU load of the hosts core, is it possible to show the containers cpu usage there?
 

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