Question about advanced options

WuGgaRoOWuGgaRoO Not in the shower Icrontian
edited July 2003 in Folding@Home
Now the cpu priorty..low and idle...whats exactly the difference?


  • mmonninmmonnin Centreville, VA
    edited July 2003
    Low is higher than idle.
    Idle is lower than low.

    Either way it sounds screwy.:rolleyes:

    I run a console (gromacs) at low and a genome (In case I cant get a WU and the little bit of downtime between WUs to stay at 100%) at idle. The genome only gets CPU cycles at WU transfer, server downtime, and boot up before I open up the console.
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