Process Priority?

Posted on 2005-04-18
Last Modified: 2013-12-23
I had a problem while studying Unix, pls help.
How can  i use a single command line to change the priority of all processes owned by the user "redhat" to the priority value 10?
Thank you
Question by:anhphuc
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    Expert Comment

    Use "nice" and "ps" commands.

    man nice
    man ps
    for more details.
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    man renice
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    should be the right command.
    renice 10 -u <username>

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