nice - run a command at low priority
nice [ -n increment | -increment ] command [ arguments ]
nice executes command with a lower CPU scheduling priority.
If the increment argument (in the range 1-20) is given, it is used; if
not, an increment of 10 is assumed.
The invoking process (generally the user's shell) must be in the timesharing
The super-user may run commands with priority higher than normal by using
a negative increment, e.g., --10.
csh(1), nohup(1), nice(2)
nice returns the exit status of the subject command.
has a builtin nice command which has
different syntax and semantics than nice(1).
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