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System Administration Guide: Advanced Administration
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Managing Process Class Information (Task Map)

Task

Description

For Instructions

Display basic information about process classes.

Use the priocntl -l command. to Display process scheduling classes and priority ranges.

How to Display Basic Information About Process Classes (priocntl)

Display the global priority of a process.

Use the ps -ecl command to display the global priority of a process.

How to Display the Global Priority of a Process

Designate a process priority.

Start a process with a designated priority by using the priocntl -e -c command.

How to Designate a Process Priority (priocntl)

Change scheduling parameters of a timesharing process.

Use the priocntl -s -m command to change scheduling parameters in a timesharing process.

How to Change Scheduling Parameters of a Timesharing Process (priocntl)

Change the class of a process.

Use the priocntl -s -c command to change the class of a process.

How to Change the Class of a Process (priocntl)

Change the priority of a process.

Use the /usr/bin/nice command with the appropriate options to lower or raise the priority of a process.

How to Change the Priority of a Process (nice)

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