If NSUP cannot set the real-time priority errno is set to EPERM on Solaris and Linux. On Windows it issues the warning “Could not set realtime priority”. The error is written to the ma.log file, and the process continues without real-time priority.
Setting real-time priorities is not possible when:
HADB is installed in Solaris 10 non-global zones
PRIV_PROC_LOCK_MEMORY (allow a process to lock pages in physical memory) and/or PRIV_PROC_PRIOCNTL privileges are revoked in Solaris 10
Users turn off setuid permission
Users install the software as tar files (the non-root installation option for the Application Server)