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accepted Run linux process at very very low priority?
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comment Run linux process at very very low priority?
ok thanks, i will give it a try
Sep
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comment Run linux process at very very low priority?
is there a command like cpulimit or nice to modify the cgroup of process? because i if cgroup is an API call, i am in position can't recompile any of those app to use cgroup
Sep
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comment Run linux process at very very low priority?
because i can see the process nice value on htop or top or ps or whatever
Sep
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comment Run linux process at very very low priority?
yeah whatever, the syntax is not important, my point is settng nice value of very low and very high for both processes does not give the result of what i wanted
Sep
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comment Run linux process at very very low priority?
yeah -20 is "low priority" and --20 is "high priority" look at double dash for nice command. and yes I am understand completely about nice value, but my question is, is there a way to tell scheduler other than using nice value
Sep
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comment Run linux process at very very low priority?
it will spawn a lot of threads, or the process eat the cpu more than 50% of cpu capacity
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comment Run linux process at very very low priority?
but it still use 20% of capacity even when no other process is using the cpu, my goal is to fully utilize cpu up to 100% all of the time