Node.js os.setPriority([pid, ]priority)
- pid < integer> The process ID to set scheduling priority for. Default 0.
- priority < integer> The scheduling priority to assign to the process.
The os.setPriority() method attempts to set the scheduling priority for the process specified by pid. If pid is not provided, or is 0, the priority of the current process is used.
The priority input must be an integer between -20 (high priority) and 19 (low priority). Due to differences between Unix priority levels and Windows priority classes, priority is mapped to one of six priority constants in os.constants.priority. When retrieving a process priority level, this range mapping may cause the return value to be slightly different on Windows. To avoid confusion, it is recommended to set priority to one of the priority constants.
On Windows setting priority to PRIORITY_HIGHEST requires elevated user, otherwise the set priority will be silently reduced to PRIORITY_HIGH.
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