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 class_add(3) -- add a member to an existing scheduling class
    This routine adds a member to an existing scheduling class. If the member is found in another class, the member will be moved to the new class if force is TRUE. Note that the calling process must have...
 class_change(3) -- change the allotted resources of an existing scheduling class
    The class_change() routine changes the limits of the CPU resources that an existing class is allowed to use. If the requested percentage would cause the total resource percentage of all classes to exc...
 class_change_name(3) -- change the name of an existing class
    Changes the name of an existing class. Note that the calling process must have root access privileges.
 class_close(3) -- close the class database file
    The class_close() routine is used on application exit to close the class database file. The calling process must have root access privileges.
 class_configure(3) -- set or change class database configuration parameters
    Set or change the class scheduler database configuration parameters. If no database exists, one will be created. No (NULL) inputs for all parameters will create a database with the default values. If ...
 class_create(3) -- create a new scheduling class
    Create a new class. The created class will be empty. Use class_add() to populate the class. If the requested percentage causes the total percentage of all classes to exceed 100%, the call will fail an...
 class_database_file_exists(3) -- determines if the database exists
    This function determines if the class scheduler database exists on disk. Note that the calling process must have root access privileges.
 class_database_modified(3) -- determines if the database has changed
    The class_database_modified() function determines whether the database has changed since the last disk update. The intended use of this function is to determine whether class_save_database() should be...
 class_database_name(3) -- gets the name of the current database
    This function gets the name of the current class scheduling database. Note that the calling process must have root access privileges.
 class_delete(3) -- remove a member from an existing scheduling class
    Remove a member from an existing class. Note that the calling process must have root access privileges.
 class_destroy(3) -- destroy an existing class
    Destroy an existing class. If the class is not empty, the force parameter determines the action. Note that the calling process must have root access privileges.
 class_disable(3) -- disable class scheduling.
    Disables class scheduling (if currently enabled) on the partition described by handle. Note that the calling process must have root access privileges.
 class_enable(3) -- enable class scheduling
    Enables class scheduling (if not already enabled). Note that the calling process must have root access privileges.
 class_get_classes(3) -- get classes for a class scheduling database
    This function returns classes in a class scheduling database. The structure class_info is the list of classes. A NULL list entry indicates the end of the list. Note that the calling process must have ...
 class_get_class_members(3) -- get the membership information of a class
    This function returns members belonging to the specified scheduling class. The structure class_member_info is the list of class members. A NULL list entry indicates the end of the list. Note that the ...
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