The ionice manual states that: Note that before kernel 2.6.26 a process that has not asked for an io priority formally uses "none" as scheduling class, but the io scheduler will treat such ...
I am attempting to set nice and ionice for rsync via xinetd. I am running Fedora 16. The reason I would like to use these values is to reduce the rsync process to an idle state so other processes run ...
I want to run mplayer with higher priority than any other processes, including the IO-processes. How can I do that?
How can I view the IO priority of a process? like to see for example if something has been ionice-ed.