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ionice(1)                                                            ionice(1)

       ionice - get/set program io scheduling class and priority

       ionice [-c] [-n] [-p] [COMMAND [ARG...]]

       This  program  sets the io scheduling class and priority for a program.
       As of this writing, Linux supports 3 scheduling classes:

       Idle.  A program running with idle io priority will only get disk  time
       when no other program has asked for disk io for a defined grace period.
       The impact of idle io processes on normal  system  activity  should  be
       zero.  This  scheduling  class  does not take a priority argument. This
       scheduling class is not permitted  for  an  ordinary  (i.e.,  non-root)

       Best effort.  This is the default scheduling class for any process that
       hasn't asked for a specific io priority. Programs inherit the CPU  nice
       setting  for  io  priorities. This class takes a priority argument from
       0-7, with lower number being higher priority. Programs running  at  the
       same best effort priority are served in a round-robin fashion.

       Real  time.  The RT scheduling class is given first access to the disk,
       regardless of what else is going on in the system. Thus  the  RT  class
       needs  to  be used with some care, as it can starve other processes. As
       with the best effort class, 8 priority levels are defined denoting  how
       big  a  time slice a given process will receive on each scheduling win-
       dow. This scheduling class is not permitted for an ordinary (i.e., non-
       root) user.

       If  no  arguments or just -p is given, ionice will query the current io
       scheduling class and priority for that process.

       -c     The scheduling class. 1 for real time, 2 for best-effort, 3  for

       -n     The  scheduling  class data. This defines the class data, if the
              class accepts an argument. For real time and best-effort, 0-7 is
              valid data.

       -p     Pass  in  a process pid to change an already running process. If
              this argument is not given, ionice will run the  listed  program
              with the given parameters.

       # ionice -c3 -p89

       Sets process with PID 89 as an idle io process.

       # ionice -c2 -n0 bash

       Runs 'bash' as a best-effort program with highest priority.

       # ionice -p89

       Returns the class and priority of the process with PID 89.

       Linux  supports  io scheduling priorities and classes since 2.6.13 with
       the CFQ io scheduler.

       Jens Axboe <>

       The ionice command is part of the util-linux-ng package and  is  avail-
       able from

ionice                            August 2005                        ionice(1)

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