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System Administration Guide: Virtualization Using the Solaris Operating System
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Commands Used With FSS

The commands that are shown in the following table provide the primary administrative interface to the fair share scheduler.

Command Reference

Description

priocntl(1)

Displays or sets scheduling parameters of specified processes, moves running processes into a different scheduling class.

ps(1)

Lists information about running processes, identifies in which scheduling classes processor sets are running.

dispadmin(1M)

Sets the default scheduler for the system. Also used to examine and tune the FSS scheduler's time quantum value.

FSS(7)

Describes the fair share scheduler (FSS).

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