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    how to set the priority level for the processes in linux


    as we change the priority of processes in windows how to set it in linux

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    Check out nice and renice commands.

    nice - run a program with modified scheduling priority
    renice -- alter priority of running processes

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    Why do you want to change the process priorities? Don't fall into the trap of thinking that because Windoze has a pathetic scheduling algorithm, Linux needs to be "fixed" in the same way. State your actual problem, not a theoretical hangover from a poorly implemented toy system.

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