Re: Performance Tuning

From: Alejandro Ramirez <>
Date: Wed, 31 May 2000 09:39:55 -0500

> Hi
> What does renice your squid process to -20 mean? What do you have to do to
> do this?
> >- renice your squid process to -20.
> >- install cachemgr.cgi to squid statistics.

Renice a process means giving processor usage priority to the squid process
over the other processes running in your system, you can do it with the
command "renice -20 `cat /usr/local/squid/logs/`, or wherever your file its, also if your process its the only one running in the
system, you can give it a "real time priority" usage in the processor over
the other processes with the command "rtprio 0 `cat
/usr/local/squid/logs/`" rtprio 0 its equals at renice a process
at -52, but with the renice command you just can make it to -20, use both
commands without the quotes.

Received on Wed May 31 2000 - 08:44:33 MDT

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