Set scheduling policy to SCHED_OTHER. This is the default
Linux scheduling policy.
Set scheduling policy to SCHED_FIFO.
Set scheduling policy to SCHED_RR. When no policy is defined,
the SCHED_RR is used as the default.
Set scheduling policy to SCHED_BATCH (Linux-specific,
supported since 2.6.16). The priority argument has to be set
Set scheduling policy to SCHED_IDLE (Linux-specific, supported
since 2.6.23). The priority argument has to be set to zero.
Set scheduling policy to SCHED_DEADLINE (Linux-specific,
supported since 3.14). The priority argument has to be set to
zero. See also --sched-runtime, --sched-deadline and
--sched-period. The relation between the options required by
the kernel is runtime <= deadline <= period. chrt copies
period to deadline if --sched-deadline is not specified and
deadline to runtime if --sched-runtime is not specified. It
means that at least --sched-period has to be specified. See
sched(7) for more details.
Set or retrieve the scheduling attributes of all the tasks
(threads) for a given PID.
Show minimum and maximum valid priorities, then exit.
Operate on an existing PID and do not launch a new task.
Show status information.
Display version information and exit.
Display help text and exit.
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