New answers tagged priority
Use nice if you want to run the process and renice if you want to change priority for a running process
Well if you want to have the control of priority using a standard user you will need to reduce the priority of the less important scripts, so the most important will run faster. For example: mylowpriorityscript: #!/bin/bash renice 20 $$ #lot of nice things mymediumpriorityscript #!/bin/bash renice 10 $$ #lot of nice things myhighpriorityscript #!/...
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