This is more of a general Linux issue I guess.
I run povray at nice -19. It doesn't behave as expected. That is, it
doesn't really yield to other processes.
When I run povray at low priority on Windows, he basically stops for
anything else. Like here, povray should be stopped, and ffmpeg given
800% of CPU.
PID USER PR NI VIRT SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND
8976 dick 39 19 1301940 4512 S 539.4 2.6 32:43.18 povray
11804 dick 20 0 3873964 31452 S 194.4 1.1 5:25.79 ffmpeg
This can't be just the way things are?
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