Today, I’ve pushed my system to it’s maximum (VMs + big compilation operation) and my UI (KDE) started to lag, to finally freeze.
I’m not really surprised because I was using 99.3% of CPU, and like 95% of RAM.
Nevertheless, I’d like to know if I can ensure that my system/UI/other important processes (like a task manager I would have liked to launch) will always get resources to run.
I know about “process priority” (even though I’m not sure this is what I’m looking for), but I’d like a way to “prioritize” a whole binary more than a process
Do you know if this is possible ?
(I don’t know if this is the right place to ask, feel free to redirect me to the right category/forum for this !)
No, I don’t have Swap, I can add some, but do you really think that’s what I need ? My CPU also had this “problem”, I don’t think expanding my RAM will fix it
And I’d really like to just ensure theses minimal resources, because everything can happen, maybe tomorrow it’ll be a bugged program that will consume everything if not restricted, or… I don’t know, many things can happen, and I’d like to keep control on my system in theses cases
Yeah, a process is started by a binary. So by prioritizing a binary, I would like all process started by this binary to be prioritized
Of course, I don’t know if it exists, but in theory it is possible, right ?