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Process priority and control on AIX

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Managing processes is quite straightforward with tools like kill and nice, but what happens when you want to provide even finer management control over your processes? In this article, discover the tools available to you for organizing your processes, and take a look at the theory behind organizing and choosing processes and how to prioritize effectively. Also, for added tips on creating databases, explore this tutorial to learn how to create DB2 objects for Linux, UNIX and Windows.

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