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Help Frame: XQRESTRICT-PRIORITY

Package: Kernel

Help Frame: XQRESTRICT-PRIORITY


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NAME XQRESTRICT-PRIORITY
HEADER RESPONDING TO THE 'PRIORITY' PROMPT
TEXT
options help conserve machine resources for options with high
prioity, but they tend to run very slowly on heavily loaded machines.
    Entering an '@' at this prompt will delete whatever priority
is currently entered in this field and cause the options chosen to
revert to the system default priority.
    This restriction modifies the priority at which an option will be
run.  The priority should be a number between 1 and 10, with 1 being
the lowest priority and 10 being the highest. 
    An option with a priority of 10 will compete with other high-
priority options for machine resources, while an option with a
priority of 1 will run only after all of the other options with
higher priorities have been satisfied by the CPU.  Low priority
DATE ENTERED 1989-01-20 00:00:00
AUTHOR USER,ONE
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