> I had a new question from a client: is it possible to "cap" CPU usage
> for PostgreSQL running on Linux?
I remember reading a few months ago about a virtual freebsd OS that
divides the memory and cpu up between different users. Although this is
not Linux proper (or improper) it is one way of doing it. I searched for
a few minutes and was unable to find the url, it was something like
I've been running on a virtual FreeBSD server for years from iserver, now
verio. Each user has their own apache conf, sendmail, etc. and they claim
to divide up memory and cpu usage. I am not sure if virtualFreeBSD is the
same or different product and whether it would be useful for you, but it's
something to consider.
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