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PVR
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SCHED_NOAGE

As an application requirement, we need to a give application admin user the scheduler privilege SCHED_NOAGE.

May I know how to enable it for a user ?
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likid0
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Re: SCHED_NOAGE

I have some notes on a similar config for oracle async, take a look, it could help you:




Using any text editor, open the /etc/privgroup file, or create it if necessary.
3.

Add or edit the following line, which begins with the name of the OSDBA group, specifying the privilege MLOCK:

Note:
You must use only one line to specify the privileges for a particular group in this file. If the file already contains a line for the dba group, add the MLOCK privilege on the same line.

dba RTPRIO RTSCHED MLOCK


4.

Save the file and exit from the text editor.
5.

Enter the following command to grant the privileges to the OSDBA group:

# /usr/sbin/setprivgrp -f /etc/privgroup


6.

Enter the following command to verify that the privileges are set correctly:

# /usr/sbin/getprivgrp dba
Windows?, no thanks