bundles/earlyoom | 14 ++++++++++++++
packages.list | 1 +
2 files changed, 15 insertions(+)
create mode 100644 bundles/earlyoom
diff --git a/bundles/earlyoom b/bundles/earlyoom
new file mode 100644
@@ -0,0 +1,14 @@
+# [TITLE]: earlyoom
+# [DESCRIPTION]: Utility for pre-oomkiller process control
+# [STATUS]: Active
+# [TAGS]: Tools and Utilities
+# [MAINTAINER]: William Douglas <william.douglas(a)intel.com>
+# start of custom additions (edits outside this area will be removed automatically)
+# end of custom additions
+# main package
diff --git a/packages.list b/packages.list
index d11b40b8..81f60a50 100644
@@ -405,3 +405,4 @@ byobu # Text based window manager and terminal multiplexer.
sshfs # FUSE client based on the SSH File Transfer Protocol
stacer # Ubuntu System Optimizer
zabbix # Network and application monitoring tool.
+earlyoom # Utility for pre-oomkiller process control
Can the Clear Linux OS team think about putting up a
"would-like-to-have" projects list?
That way non-Intel "developers" who would like to contribute "new"
tools/applications to the project can have an idea about which projects
to work on to further Clear Linux OS.
And yes, I know that at the moment most of the efforts are being put
into using existing open-source projects and making them function well
with Clear Linux OS, but I wouldn't mind a list of project ideas the
team can't work on themselves due to time and human-resource
One thing that comes to mind is a "smart node manager" to facilitate
building SSI clusters using Clear Linux OS, if only the team could
include support for MOSIX (part of the Linux kernel source tree) in the
That node manager could determine the load on the master machine and
bootup/shutdown slave nodes to conserve power usage of the cluster as a
There would and should be many more such ideas based on diverse
application scenarios, only one needs to think from the Clear Linux OS