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Message Posted: Tue, 17 Dec 2002 @ 10:50:39 GMT
No. That's not how priority scheduler works.
Assuming that the DEFAULT policy is associated with the work in the "high" and "Medium" performance groups and the weighting for high is greater than the weighting for "medium", the effect it should have on each workload is that, all things being equal, the "high" workload will receive a greater share of the available CPU cycles than the "medium" workload over time.
The priority scheduler facility does not have the ability to sequence or stop work. It can only be used to change the relative amount of CPU cycles made available to any active work on the system.
Hope this helps.
Thomas F. Stanek
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