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Started by johnksss, January 15, 2009, 05:14:18 PM
Quote from: johnksss on January 15, 2009, 06:45:53 PM1: if i set a program to start up at core 1,2. then when the program needs more cores or hits better than a preset (say 50%) then it jumps up to 4 cores or how ever many cores i chose. it's pretty close to this now, but instead of staying at normal priority it drops to below normal.2: it does not drop it's priority to below average, but will retain it's current setting of normal. (or if set to high or real time) not drop down to below normal. the cycle back up to normal.
QuoteI'll have to add the option to not lower the priority class on restraint. I will add it to the v3.43 beta series, which will be after the next final (3.42).