?Setting task priority

?Setting task priority

Post by Terence T » Thu, 21 Apr 1994 17:59:44



How do go about setting the task priorities in SCO and
Linux?
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1. How to set priority of a running task

Does anyone know how to reset a task's priority while it is running?
I know that I can set a task's priority when I execute it using
nice, but I want to set it while it is running.  I've heard of
renice, but we don't have it.  Any other way??

Thanx,

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