priocntl — Display or Set Scheduling Parameters of Specified Process(es)


/usr/bin/priocntl -l 
/usr/bin/priocntl -d [-i idtype][idlist] 
/usr/bin/priocntl -s [-c class][class-specific options] 
  [-i idtype][idlist] 
/usr/bin/priocntl -e [-c class][class-specific options] command 


Use the priocntl (priority control) command to assign processes to a priority class and to manage process priorities within a class. You can also use priocntl to display the current configuration information for the system process scheduler or to execute a command with specified scheduling parameters.

Processes fall into distinct classes with a separate scheduling policy applied to each class. The process classes currently supported ...

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