[arch-general] renice Bash at login

XeCycle xecycle at gmail.com
Mon Apr 23 22:20:28 EDT 2012

Leonidas Spyropoulos <artafinde at gmail.com> writes:

> Hi all,
> I searched around with no help so if you can help out:
> I am trying to renice the user bash on Login. So every time someone
> logs through SSH to the server to get a lower priority than normal.
> Is that possible?

Of course, the simplest being `exec nice 10 bash' in your
.bash_profile.  renice is not always needed.

> Is it a good idea in general?  A server usually is not to be
> used from users, only login sporadic to do updates and various
> maintenance work
> Thanks
> Leonidas

Carl Lei (XeCycle)
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