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#
# Sample configuration file for the auto nice daemon, /etc/and.conf
#
# Comments must have the # in the *first* column!
#
# Read and.conf(5) for details.
#
# 1999, 2000, 2004 Patrick Schemitz, schemitz@users.sourceforge.net
# 

#
# Nice level for jobs that are not in and.priorities.
# 0 = do not renice.
#
defaultnice 0

#
# Time interval between renice cycles, in seconds. Default is
# 60 seconds.
#
interval 60

#
# Ranges for the nice levels. Jobs with less than lv1time seconds
# CPU time are not reniced; jobs between lv1time and lv2time seconds
# are reniced to the first level in an.priorities; jobs between
# lv2time and lv3time seconds to the second level; jobs with more
# than lv3time seconds are reniced to the third level.
#
lv1time 120
lv2time 1200
lv3time 3600

#
# Hosts molasses, snail, and snore are pretty slow, so be gentle when
# renicing, since a CPU minute isn't really very much computations here.
#
#on (molasses|snail|snore)
#lv1time 300
#lv2time 1800
#lv3time 3600
#on .*

#
# Strategy for picking the right priority entry for a user/group/job
# triple. The strategy is a permutation of "cgu", "c"ommand, "g"roup,
# "u"ser. The order specifies the affinity of the priority lookup
# method. "cug" means an exact match of the command has priority
# over an exact match of the user or group. See the documentation
# for more details.
#
affinity cpug

#
# Minimum user/group id to be even considered for renicing. Processes
# with lower user/group id are ignored. This does not affect root
# (user id 0), which is never, ever reniced.
#
minuid 1
mingid 1