What command allows you to set a processor-intensive job to use less CPU time? A) ps B) nice C) chps D) less E) more

ranilele38
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What command allows you to set a processor-intensive job to use less CPU time? A) ps B) nice C) chps D) less E) more

Postby ranilele38 » Thu Oct 06, 2016 4:20 pm

What command allows you to set a processor-intensive job to use less CPU time?
A) ps
B) nice
C) chps
D) less
E) more

santosh
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Re: What command allows you to set a processor-intensive job to use less CPU time? A) ps B) nice C) chps D) less E) mor

Postby santosh » Thu Oct 06, 2016 4:20 pm

Answer: B - The nice command is used to change a job's priority level, so that it runs slower or faster. Answers a, d, and e are valid commands but are not used to change process information. Answer c is an invalid command

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What command allows you to set a processor intensive job to use less CPU time A ps B nice C chps D less E more

Postby HerbeMannABg » Fri Oct 20, 2017 10:00 pm

How do you determine that the performance of your Linux server is I/O bound and, perhaps more importantly, what process or processes are causing the problem?


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