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Re: /etc/rd.d/ script execution
On ti, 2008-06-10 at 22:29 +0100, raymond.meyer%rambler.ru@localhost wrote:
> On Tuesday 10 June 2008 22:06:42 Andrew Doran wrote:
> > On Tue, Jun 10, 2008 at 02:57:12PM +0100,
> > raymond.meyer%rambler.ru@localhost wrote:
> > > Hi, I start music player daemon MPD via /etc/rc.d/mpd script, which I
> > > pasted below. Sometimes when the CPU load is high, the music skips. What
> > > I would like to do is start the daemon with the following command, so
> > > that it has the highest scheduling priority
> > >
> > > schedctl -P63 -C SCHED_RR /opt/pkg/bin/mpd
> > Be aware of the consequences of that. mpd will run as a realtime process
> > and won't yield the CPU if it decides it has something important to do. I
> > suggest trying 'nice' to give it the maximum timeshared priority first.
> > Andrew
> Why would this be a bad thing? I mean if mpd doesn't go into an infinite
> it should be OK. I don't have any other time critical processes running, it's
> a desktop system and I'm the only person using it.
" Why would this be a bad thing" ->
This could be for example a drawing something on the screen when you are
using the dektop.. so I won't recommend that also. Try with nice first..
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