# priocntl -e -c class -m user-limit -p PRI command-name
Executes the command.
Specifies the class within which to run the process. The valid classes are TS (timesharing), RT (real time), IA (interactive), FSS (fair share), and FX (fixed priority).
Specifies the maximum amount you can raise or lower your priority, when you use the –poption with this option.
Enables you specify the relative priority in the RT class for a real-time thread. For a timesharing process, the –p option enables you to specify the user-supplied priority, which ranges from -60 to +60.
Specifies the name of the command that will be executed.
# ps -ecl | grep command-name
The following example shows how to start the find command with the highest possible user-supplied priority.
# priocntl -e -c TS -m 60 -p 60 find . -name core -print # ps -ecl | grep find