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lssubsys - list hierarchies containing given subsystem
SYNOPSISlssubsys [-m|--mount-points] [controller] [...]
lssubsys [-m|--mount-points] [-i|--hierarchies] [-a|--all]
The command list hierarchies containing the given subsystem(s) if no subsystem is defined then it displays all mounted hierarchies.
defines subsystem whose hierarchy is shown.
If this parameter is not used then the command
list all mounted subsystems.
- -m, --mount-points
Display mount points.
- -a, --all
Display all subsystems (including not mounted ones).
- -i, --hierarchies
Display attached hierarchy number, if the subsystem is in a hierarchy.
If the option
is used too, then the hierarchy number is shown only for not mounted hierarchies.
- -h, --help
Display help and exit.
EXAMPLECommand lssubsys -am lists all subsystems which are present on the system, mounted ones have attached the mount point:
$ lssubsys -am ns cpuset cpu,devices cpuacct /cgroup/cpuacct memory /cgroup/memory freezer /cgroup/freezer net_cls /cgroup/net_cls
Command lssubsys -ami lists all subsystems which are present on the system, mounted subsystems have attached the mount point, not mounted ones which are in some hierarchy have attached the hierarchy number:
$ lssubsys -ami ns cpuset 5 cpu,devices 6 cpuacct /cgroup/cpuacct memory /cgroup/memory freezer /cgroup/freezer net_cls /cgroup/net_cls
SEE ALSOlscgroup (1), cgcreate (1), cgdelete (1), cgconfig.conf (5)
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