|(Set System Priorities)
Caution: This command is deprecated. Use mjobctl -p instead.
setspri [-r] priority jobid
Set or remove absolute or relative system priorities for a specified job.
This command allows you to set or remove a system priority level for a specified job. Any job with a system priority level set is guaranteed a higher priority than jobs without a system priority. Jobs with higher system priority settings have priority over jobs with lower system priority settings.
|Name of job.
System priority level. By default, this priority is an absolute priority overriding the policy generated priority value. Range is 0 to clear, 1 for lowest, 1000 for highest. The given value is added onto the system priority (see 32-bit and 64-bit values below), except for a given value of zero. If the '-r' flag is specified, the system priority is relative, adding or subtracting the specified value from the policy generated priority.
If a relative priority is specified, any value in the range +/- 1,000,000,000 is acceptable.
|Set relative system priority on job.
Note: This command is deprecated. Use mjobctl instead.