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nice has no effect in Linux unless the same shell is used

If I enter in two different root terminals: nice -n 19 burnK7 & and nice -n -19 burnK7 & Then both processes receive about 50% of the available CPU time - not expected and certainly not ...
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rtorrent with Seeds and Downloads

I'm using rtorrent for a very long time. I'm fan. This is one of the greatest console torrent manager ever. However, I can't found cool way to keep seeding. My downloads separated into two ...
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is it possible to convert .nmf audio file to .wav format

Can audio files in "nmf" format be converted to "wav" format? If so, what is the appropriate tool to do so? If it cannot be converted, then what is the workaround? Some sites on the net say that ...
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Decrease browser load time by increasing priority of unbound DNS in systemd

I believe to decrease the launch time of browsers after boot/starting the X servers increasing the priority unbound processes would help. I believe editing the unbound.service file would do this but ...
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can I `dtach` or `renice` graphical programs like `evince`?

I sometimes open PDF's and then want them "sort of" open "to read later", but I'm not looking at them at the moment. While I'm not looking at them I'd like the OS to spend less effort keeping them up. ...
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Extra low priority processes in linux?

On Linux processes have "nice" values ranging from -20 to 19. I wish I could assign even lower priority like 100 so that "background work" will yield as much as possible to other process but still ...
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Nicing processes and unresponsive computers

I've a of process running on a machine. The machines are 6-core hyperthreaded for an effective total of 12 cores and the process takes 400% of the cpu so 4 cores. I niced the process to +19 for a ...
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Too many processes have realtime or -20 niceness

For some reason a lot of my processes are real-time and and keep making my audio lag. Are these supposed to be real-time? I tried both a hard reboot and soft reboot, I even restarted pulse but to no ...
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'nice' does not work, even when using 'sudo'. “Permission Denied”

I am attempting to set the priority on an application to be higher, but I keep getting 'permission denied' when attempting to do som even as the superuser. From the Terminal: Alexandsteins-Macbook:~ ...
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Cron job not abiding by the nice command

I got a script that backs up minecraft worlds, when ran by command (nice -19 ./backup.sh) it doesn't lag what so ever, server load stays low. When I try to do nice -19 ./backup.sh in a cronjob, it ...
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Linux command line: run mon nice and C exectuable together

I'm trying to run ./a.out, but monitored (using mon) and nice'd to highest priority. Here are the commands separately: nice -n -20 /home/pi/a.out //works fine mon /home/pi/a.out //works fine ...
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Nice commands in a .sh script for cron jobs

I have this php script that I need to run on shared webhosting. I have created a cron job that executes an sh script. The command for the cron was: /bin/sh /home/user/script.sh So I'm assuming it is ...
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Why I can decrease the process's priority by using nice() function with a typical user permission(except ROOT) in linux?

As I understand every user in linux can change the every process's priority by using nice and renice commands. Also I know that the all users just can increase the priority of processes and the only ...
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Does the Linux 'nice' command work on any shell script?

Does nice work on any shell script, or does it work on basic Linux commands only? For example, if I have a custom shell script that contains a sort function, and I call nice myscript.sh would ...
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Remember the nice value in Linux

On Linux, how to make the processes remember their nice between starts ? For XP+ you can use Prio to remember the priority and also the IO priority on VISTA+. However, on Linux, and only for running ...
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Tell 'nice' to stop +19 processes if load >= 1

I've noticed my computer gets sluggish when the load increases past 1 (ie, the first number after "load average:" from the "uptime" command). Heavy-duty processes (like rsync) often raise the load ...
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How do I elevate the priority of a process without giving that process superuser rights?

I have a high priority service that I start with sudo nice -n -10 process. This process does not need superuser rights though, except for the priority elevation. But nice requires superuser privileges ...
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ALWAYS run commands with low priority on unix?

I am not asking how to nice and renice a command on UNIX. What happens is that on a particular machine into which I frequently log I am only allowed to run long-running processes with low priority ...