sched_get_priority_max - get the maximum priority value for a given scheduling policy
sched_get_prority_max function returns the maximum priority value allowed by a given scheduling policy. It is used to obtain the highest allowed scheduling priority for the specified policy of a particular process.
sched_get_priority_max is most commonly used in combination with the
sched_get_priority_min syscall, which returns the minimum priority value allowed by a given policy. Together, the two syscalls allow the range of valid scheduling priorities to be determined. It returns the maximum value allowed according to the operating systems configuration, but this value may be limited by the user or system.
int[K] - Specifies the scheduling policy for which the maximum priority value is to be returned.
- K - Originated from kernel-space
To obtain the maximum priority value for a given scheduling policy.
Example Use Case¶
This syscall can be used to get task or thread priority values in order to properly manage the scheduling of threads in a system.
sched_get_priority_min- get the minimum priority value for a given scheduling policy.
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