The system class uses a fixed-priority policy to run kernel processes
such as servers and housekeeping processes
like the paging demon.
The system class is reserved for use by the kernel;
users may neither add nor remove a process
from the system class.
Priorities for system class processes are set up in the kernel code
for those processes;
once established, the priorities of system processes do not change.
running in kernel mode are not in the system class.)
Fixed priority class
Time-sharing class and fixed class
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 27 April 2004