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136 CONFIGURING SCHEDULER WITH DISPADMIN
137 You can use the dispadmin(1M) command to examine and tune the FSS
138 scheduler's time quantum value. Time quantum is the amount of time that
139 a thread is allowed to run before it must relinquish the processor. The
140 following example dumps the current time quantum for the fair share
141 scheduler:
142
143 $ dispadmin -g -c FSS
144 #
145 # Fair Share Scheduler Configuration
146 #
147 RES=1000
148 #
149 # Time Quantum
150 #
151 QUANTUM=110
152
153
154
155 The value of the QUANTUM represents some fraction of a second with the
156 fractional value determied by the reciprocal value of RES. With the
157 default value of RES = 1000, the reciprocal of 1000 is .001, or
158 milliseconds. Thus, by default, the QUANTUM value represents the time
159 quantum in milliseconds.
160
161
162 If you change the RES value using dispadmin with the -r option, you
163 also change the QUANTUM value. For example, instead of quantum of 110
164 with RES of 1000, a quantum of 11 with a RES of 100 results. The
165 fractional unit is different while the amount of time is the same.
166
167
168 You can use the -s option to change the time quantum value. Note that
169 such changes are not preserved across reboot. Please refer to the
170 dispadmin(1M) man page for additional information.
171
172
173 SEE ALSO
174 prctl(1), priocntl(1), dispadmin(1M), psrset(1M), priocntl(2),
175 project(4), resource_controls(5)
176
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136 CONFIGURING SCHEDULER WITH DISPADMIN
137 You can use the dispadmin(1M) command to examine and tune the FSS
138 scheduler's time quantum value. Time quantum is the amount of time that
139 a thread is allowed to run before it must relinquish the processor. The
140 following example dumps the current time quantum for the fair share
141 scheduler:
142
143 $ dispadmin -g -c FSS
144 #
145 # Fair Share Scheduler Configuration
146 #
147 RES=1000
148 #
149 # Time Quantum
150 #
151 QUANTUM=110
152
153
154
155 The value of the QUANTUM represents some fraction of a second with the
156 fractional value determined by the reciprocal value of RES. With the
157 default value of RES = 1000, the reciprocal of 1000 is .001, or
158 milliseconds. Thus, by default, the QUANTUM value represents the time
159 quantum in milliseconds.
160
161
162 If you change the RES value using dispadmin with the -r option, you
163 also change the QUANTUM value. For example, instead of quantum of 110
164 with RES of 1000, a quantum of 11 with a RES of 100 results. The
165 fractional unit is different while the amount of time is the same.
166
167
168 You can use the -s option to change the time quantum value. Note that
169 such changes are not preserved across reboot. Please refer to the
170 dispadmin(1M) man page for additional information.
171
172
173 SEE ALSO
174 prctl(1), priocntl(1), dispadmin(1M), psrset(1M), priocntl(2),
175 project(4), resource_controls(5)
176
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