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#
# Sample priority database for the auto-nice daemon, /etc/and.priorities
#
# Comments must have the # in the _first_ column!
#
# File format:
#    user group job parent nice1 nice2 nice3
# - user: user name or user id or * for all
# - group: group name or group id or * for all
# - job: executable (without path; may be a regexp) or * for all
# - parent: keyword "parent=" or "ancestor=" followed by the 
#   executable (without path; may be a regexp), or * for all
# - nice1, nice2, nice3: nice levels for CPU usage ranges.
#
# At least one of user or group must be an asterisk *.
#
# After /etc/and.conf:lv1time seconds matching jobs are niced to nice1,
# after /etc/and.conf:lv2time to nice2 and after /etc/and.conf:lv3time
# to nice3.
#
# Read and.priorities(5) for details.
#
# 1999, 2000, 2004 Patrick Schemitz, schemitz@users.sourceforge.net
#

#
# Philosophy:
#
# Hold down notorious troublemakers (Netscape, colourful screensavers, ...)
# and leave other jobs alone. (Within reason, that is.)
# Note that a perceptive user might rename his jobs' executables to
# obtain higher privilegue. So the values must be sensible to that.
# For instance, noone with his mind right would rename his computation-
# intensive job to "gcc" to avoid renicing after two minutes, since
# gcc is reniced to 19 after just another 18 minutes...
#

#
# Default entry -- moderate renicing, priority always above screen savers.
#
*	*	*       *	4	8	12

#
# Jobs started by the Grid master process always run on 10. If someone
# else besides User grid starts a (fake, presumably) Grid master, kill it
# at once: it's a fraud! The real Grid master, of course, is left alone.
#
#*       *       *       ancestor=grid_nanny      10      10      10	
#*       *       grid_nanny      *       -9      -9      -9
#grid    *       grid_nanny      *       0       0       0

#
# Jobs of the local user are treated more nicely. The local user is
# identified by the fact that her programs are started by the login
# screen, kdm or xdm in this case.
#
*       *       *       ancestor=[xk]dm   2       2       2

#
# The hosts bar and baz are reserved for the foo group, so
# prefer them over other groups.
#
#on (bar|baz)
#*	foo	*       *	4	8	12
#*	*	*	*	12	16	18
#on .*

#
# Our special friend, user dau, tends to thresh machines with long-
# running unniced jobs... we do not appreciate this behaviour. A little
# punishment might be in order.
#
#dau	*	*	*	12	16	18

#
# Netscape -- more than 20 minutes probably means it's running berserk,
# so we just kill it off.
#
*	*	.*netscape.*	*       2	-9	-9

#
# Compilers -- don't renice them the first 20 minutes, but then...
# After an hour of compilation for one single source file, there
# *is* something wrong.
# ld and make shouldn't use more than 2 minutes themselves, so we
# just leave them to the default.
#
*	*	gcc	*	0	19	-9
*	*	g++	*	0	19	-9
*	*	g77	*	0	19	-9
*	*	cc1	*	0	19	-9

#
# Screen savers -- low priority from the beginning, but enough to log in.
# KDE screen savers all end with .kss.
#
*	*	xlock.*	        *	15	15	15
*	*	.*\.kss	        *	15	15	15

#
# System monitors -- don't monitor the system useless.
#
*	*	.*top	        *	15	15	15
*	*	.*xosview.*     *	15	15	15
*	*	.*xps	        *	15	15	15
*	*	.*qps   	*	15	15	15
*	*	.*ktop		*       15	15	15
*	*	.*gtop		*       15	15	15