Linux RENICE Command

the renice command change the nice value of an already running process.the nice value of -19 is very high priority,while a value of 19 is very low priority.a value of 0 is the default priority.the

Syntax

$renice [priority] [pid] [pgrp] [user]

Options

Sr.No

Options

Descriptions

01

-n

The scheduling priority of the process, process group, or user.

02

-g

Force who parameters to be interpreted as process group ID's.

03

-u

Force the who parameters to be interpreted as user names.

04

-p

Resets the who interpretation to be (the default) process ID's.

05

-v

Display version information, and exit.

06

-h

Display a help message, and exit.

Example


$renice +1 3868 -u tutstudio root -p 320
						

Change the priority of process IDs 3868 and 320, and all processes owned by users tutstudio and root, to be one greater (+1, one increment "nicer") than its current value.

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