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proc_nice

(PHP 5)

proc_niceChange the priority of the current process

Description

bool proc_nice ( int $increment )

proc_nice() changes the priority of the current process by the amount specified in increment. A positive increment will lower the priority of the current process, whereas a negative increment will raise the priority.

proc_nice() is not related to proc_open() and its associated functions in any way.

Parameters

increment

The increment value of the priority change.

Return Values

Returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure. If an error occurs, like the user lacks permission to change the priority, an error of level E_WARNING is also generated.

Notes

Note: Availability
proc_nice() will only exist if your system has 'nice' capabilities. 'nice' conforms to: SVr4, SVID EXT, AT&T, X/OPEN, BSD 4.3. This means that proc_nice() is not available on Windows.


User Contributed Notes
proc_nice
pandi at home dot pl
25-Nov-2008 01:22
Simple function for check process nice, by default returns nice of current process:

<?php

public static function getProcessNice ($pid = null) {
    if (!
$pid) {
       
$pid = getmypid ();
    }
       
   
$res = `ps -p $pid -o "%p %n"`;
       
   
preg_match ('/^\s*\w+\s+\w+\s*(\d+)\s+(\d+)/m', $res, $matches);
       
    return array (
'pid' => (isset ($matches[1]) ? $matches[1] : null), 'nice' => (isset ($matches[2]) ? $matches[2] : null));
}

?>
php at riggers dot me dot uk
12-Aug-2004 11:20
Just an addition to the previous note re: exec('renice...'). The exit_func() will not set the priority back to normal (0) (at least on linux), unless the user that the webserver is running as is a super user (bad idea). You can decrease the priority of the running task, but not increase it again. See man page for renice.

To prevent subsequent requests running at the lower priority I called apache_child_terminate() on shutdown.
griph at dd dot chalmer dot se
10-Nov-2003 10:34
If you don't have PHP5 and needs to nice your process this works good.

<?php

function proc_nice($priority) {
 
exec("renice +$priority ".getmypid());
}

//You also need a shutdown function if you don't want to leave your http deamons with a modified priority
function exit_func(){
 
// Restore priority
 
proc_nice(0);
}

register_shutdown_function('exit_func');
?>
 

 
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