Re: nice for VMS
- From: "Fred Zwarts" <F.Zwarts@xxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 9 Apr 2009 09:26:25 +0200
"David J Dachtera" <djesys.no@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:49DD47BA.A89CB194@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Bob Koehler wrote:
In article <49db75b0$1@xxxxxxxxxxxx>, Martin Krischik <krischik@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
May colleges are slightly upset because my compiles eats up to much CPU.
On unix I would just "nice -5" them and problem solved.
My guess is that "SET Process /SCHEDULING_CLASS" could help - but if so:
which scheduling class should I use?
What's wrong with "set process/priority=1"?
Priority zero is better because then it just scavenges CPU time.
Are priority 0 processes still competing with the NULL process,
or do I carry to much of the VMS history with me?
(I know the NULL process is no longer visible in newer VMS versions.)
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