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

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Updated: October 2019
 
 

Displaying Process Priority Information

You can use the priocntl -l command to display process scheduling classes and priority ranges. The following example shows output from the priocntl -l command.

$ priocntl -l
CONFIGURED CLASSES
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SYS (System Class)

TS (Time Sharing)
        Configured TS User Priority Range: -60 through 60

FX (Fixed priority)
        Configured FX User Priority Range: 0 through 60

IA (Interactive)
        Configured IA User Priority Range: -60 through 60