The question is as the title says, are there any downsides of running processes with real-time priority (chrt -f 99)? My hypothesis is that this combined with an affinity will ensure that any ...
I have running processes on my server that get killed every night at midnight. It's at work, I'm not around when it happens and I don't have remote access. The kill occurs very predicably at 23:59 ...
We must launch several hungry processes on a Linux system. These processes often need several Go (~5Go) of memory to run (total memory: 16Go RAM + 2Go swap). At first, when the system was running ...