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Managing System Information, Processes, and Performance in Oracle® Solaris 11.4

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Updated: October 2019
 
 

Displaying the Global Priority of a Process

You can use the ps -ecl command to display the global priority of a process.

The following example shows ps -ecl command output. The values in the PRI column show the priority for each process.

$ ps -ecl
 F S    UID   PID  PPID  CLS PRI     ADDR     SZ    WCHAN TTY         TIME CMD
 1 T      0     0     0  SYS  96        ?      0          ?         0:11 sched
 1 S      0     5     0  SDC  99        ?      0        ? ?         0:01 zpool-rp
 0 S      0     1     0   TS  59        ?    688        ? ?         0:00 init
 1 S      0     2     0  SYS  98        ?      0        ? ?         0:00 pageout
 1 S      0     3     0  SYS  60        ?      0        ? ?         2:31 fsflush
 1 S      0     6     0  SDC  99        ?      0        ? ?         0:00 vmtasks
 0 S     16    56     1   TS  59        ?   1026        ? ?         0:01 ipmgmtd
 0 S      0     9     1   TS  59        ?   3480        ? ?         0:04 svc.star
 0 S      0    11     1   TS  59        ?   3480        ? ?         0:13 svc.conf
 0 S      0   162     1   TS  59        ?    533        ? ?         0:00 pfexecd
 0 S      0  1738  1730   TS  59        ?    817        ? pts/ 1       0:00 bash
 0 S      1   852     1   TS  59        ?    851        ? ?         0:17 rpcbind
 0 S     17    43     1   TS  59        ?   1096        ? ?         0:01 netcfgd
 0 S     15    47     1   TS  59        ?    765        ? ?         0:00 dlmgmtd
 0 S      0    68     1   TS  59        ?    694        ? ?         0:01 in.mpath
 0 S      1  1220     1   FX  60        ?    682        ? ?         0:00 nfs4cbd
 0 S     16    89     1   TS  59        ?   1673        ? ?         0:02 nwamd
 0 S      0   146     1   TS  59        ?    629        ? ?         0:01 dhcpagen
 0 S      1   129     1   TS  59        ?   1843        ? ?         0:00 kcfd
 0 S      1  1215     1   FX  60        ?    738        ? ?         0:00 lockd
 0 S      0   829   828   TS  59        ?    968        ? ?         0:00 hald-run
 ...