The FSS class is used by the Fair-Share Scheduler (FSS(7)) to manage application performance by explicitly allocating shares of CPU resources to projects. A share indicates a project's entitlement to available CPU resources. The system tracks resource usage over time. The system reduces entitlement when usage is heavy. The system increases entitlement when usage is light. The FSS schedules CPU time among processes according to their owners' entitlements, independent of the number of processes each project owns. The FSS class uses the same priority range as the TS and IA classes. See the FSS man page for more details.