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A tool to change the priority of a process, giving it more or less CPU time.

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The Linux kernel implements two separate priority ranges. The first is the nice value, a number from –20 to +19 with a default of 0. Nice values are the standard priority range used in all Unix … systems, although different Unix systems apply them in different ways. What I want to know is with which parameters is calculated the nice value to be assigned after the process. Thanks for your time. …
asked Apr 11 by Luigi Capogrosso