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SubjectRe: [RFC PATCH] memcg, oom: throttle dump_header for memcg ooms without eligible tasks
On Mon 15-10-18 19:57:35, Tetsuo Handa wrote:
> On 2018/10/15 17:19, Michal Hocko wrote:
> > As so many dozens of times before, I will point you to an incremental
> > nature of changes we really prefer in the mm land. We are also after a
> > simplicity which your proposal lacks in many aspects. You seem to ignore
> > that general approach and I have hard time to consider your NAK as a
> > relevant feedback. Going to an extreme and basing a complex solution on
> > it is not going to fly. No killable process should be a rare event which
> > requires a seriously misconfigured memcg to happen so wildly. If you can
> > trigger it with a normal user privileges then it would be a clear bug to
> > address rather than work around with printk throttling.
> >
>
> I can trigger 200+ times / 900+ lines / 69KB+ of needless OOM messages
> with a normal user privileges. This is a lot of needless noise/delay.

I am pretty sure you have understood the part of my message you have
chosen to not quote where I have said that the specific rate limitting
decisions can be changed based on reasonable configurations. There is
absolutely zero reason to NAK a natural decision to unify the throttling
and cook a per-memcg way for a very specific path instead.

> No killable process is not a rare event, even without root privileges.
>
> [root@ccsecurity kumaneko]# time ./a.out
> Killed
>
> real 0m2.396s
> user 0m0.000s
> sys 0m2.970s
> [root@ccsecurity ~]# dmesg | grep 'no killable' | wc -l
> 202
> [root@ccsecurity ~]# dmesg | wc
> 942 7335 70716

OK, so this is 70kB worth of data pushed throug the console. Is this
really killing any machine?
--
Michal Hocko
SUSE Labs

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