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Old 09-19-2006, 02:12 AM   #1
matticus
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linux frontend memory/cpu allocation, is it possible?


Hi all,
I have a SuSE Linux server that is running some databases, when they are the only thing running the system runs fine however, I need to run other processes on these machines everynow and again, and when I do the database system starts slowing down. Is there a way to allocate memory/cpu power to the databases and let them keep it all?

For example, I would prefer that the database always has access to 60-70% of the machines power, even if it's not in use and so any other processes get throttled down when they start up, not the dbase.
 
Old 09-19-2006, 02:22 AM   #2
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You could set the nice level higher (lower numeric value) than the other processes you speak of. That isn't going to dedicate a certain percentage, but they would at least run at a higher priority.
 
  


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