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Old 03-31-2011, 05:04 AM   #1
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Exclamation difference between init.rc process and normal process


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Is there any difference in cpu usage for process in init.rc(runs automatic when boot is happened) and manually running process. Will these both have same priority by default...?
 
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CPU usage is not defined by a process being started from whatever parent process and priority is something you can find out yourself (like with 'ps --no-headers -C init -C rsyslogd -C bash -o pri,nice,rtprio,uid,cmd' for instance).
 
  


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