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+Network priority cgroup
+The Network priority cgroup provides an interface to allow an administrator to
+dynamically set the priority of network traffic generated by various
+Nominally, an application would set the priority of its traffic via the
+SO_PRIORITY socket option. This however, is not always possible because:
+1) The application may not have been coded to set this value
+2) The priority of application traffic is often a site-specific administrative
+ decision rather than an application defined one.
+This cgroup allows an administrator to assign a process to a group which defines
+the priority of egress traffic on a given interface. Network priority groups can
+be created by first mounting the cgroup filesystem.
+# mount -t cgroup -onet_prio none /sys/fs/cgroup/net_prio
+With the above step, the initial group acting as the parent accounting group
+becomes visible at '/sys/fs/cgroup/net_prio'. This group includes all tasks in
+the system. '/sys/fs/cgroup/net_prio/tasks' lists the tasks in this cgroup.
+Each net_prio cgroup contains two files that are subsystem specific
+This file is read-only, and is simply informative. It contains a unique integer
+value that the kernel uses as an internal representation of this cgroup.
+This file contains a map of the priorities assigned to traffic originating from
+processes in this group and egressing the system on various interfaces. It
+contains a list of tuples in the form <ifname priority>. Contents of this file
+can be modified by echoing a string into the file using the same tuple format.
+echo "eth0 5" > /sys/fs/cgroups/net_prio/iscsi/net_prio.ifpriomap
+This command would force any traffic originating from processes belonging to the
+iscsi net_prio cgroup and egressing on interface eth0 to have the priority of
+said traffic set to the value 5. The parent accounting group also has a
+writeable 'net_prio.ifpriomap' file that can be used to set a system default
+Priorities are set immediately prior to queueing a frame to the device
+queueing discipline (qdisc) so priorities will be assigned prior to the hardware
+queue selection being made.
+One usage for the net_prio cgroup is with mqprio qdisc allowing application
+traffic to be steered to hardware/driver based traffic classes. These mappings
+can then be managed by administrators or other networking protocols such as