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/* $Id: sched-linux.cpp $ */
/** @file
 * IPRT - Scheduling, POSIX.
 */

/*
 * Copyright (C) 2006-2007 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
 *
 * This file is part of VirtualBox Open Source Edition (OSE), as
 * available from http://www.virtualbox.org. This file is free software;
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/*
 * !WARNING!
 *
 * When talking about lowering and raising priority, we do *NOT* refere to
 * the common direction priority values takes on unix systems (lower means
 * higher). So, when we raise the priority of a linux thread the nice
 * value will decrease, and when we lower the priority the nice value
 * will increase. Confusing, right?
 *
 * !WARNING!
 */



/** @def THREAD_LOGGING
 * Be very careful with enabling this, it may cause deadlocks when combined
 * with the 'thread' logging prefix.
 */
#ifdef __DOXYGEN__
# define THREAD_LOGGING
#endif


/*******************************************************************************
*   Header Files                                                               *
*******************************************************************************/
#define LOG_GROUP RTLOGGROUP_THREAD
#include <errno.h>
#include <pthread.h>
#include <sched.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <sys/resource.h>

#include <iprt/thread.h>
#include <iprt/process.h>
#include <iprt/semaphore.h>
#include <iprt/string.h>
#include <iprt/assert.h>
#include <iprt/log.h>
#include <iprt/err.h>
#include "internal/sched.h"
#include "internal/thread.h"


/*******************************************************************************
*   Structures and Typedefs                                                    *
*******************************************************************************/

/** Array scheduler attributes corresponding to each of the thread types.
 * @internal */
00081 typedef struct PROCPRIORITYTYPE
{
    /** For sanity include the array index. */
00084     RTTHREADTYPE    enmType;
    /** The thread priority or nice delta - depends on which priority type. */
00086     int             iPriority;
} PROCPRIORITYTYPE;


/**
 * Configuration of one priority.
 * @internal
 */
typedef struct
{
    /** The priority. */
    RTPROCPRIORITY  enmPriority;
    /** The name of this priority. */
    const char     *pszName;
    /** The process nice value. */
00101     int             iNice;
    /** The delta applied to the iPriority value. */
00103     int             iDelta;
    /** Array scheduler attributes corresponding to each of the thread types. */
00105     const PROCPRIORITYTYPE *paTypes;
} PROCPRIORITY;


/**
 * Saved priority settings
 * @internal
 */
00113 typedef struct
{
    /** Process priority. */
00116     int                 iPriority;
    /** Process level. */
00118     struct sched_param  SchedParam;
    /** Process level. */
00120     int                 iPolicy;
    /** pthread level. */
00122     struct sched_param  PthreadSchedParam;
    /** pthread level. */
00124     int                 iPthreadPolicy;
} SAVEDPRIORITY, *PSAVEDPRIORITY;


/*******************************************************************************
*   Global Variables                                                           *
*******************************************************************************/
/**
 * Deltas for a process in which we are not restricted
 * to only be lowering the priority.
 */
00135 static const PROCPRIORITYTYPE g_aTypesLinuxFree[RTTHREADTYPE_END] =
{
    { RTTHREADTYPE_INVALID,                 -999999999 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_INFREQUENT_POLLER,       +3 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_MAIN_HEAVY_WORKER,       +2 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_EMULATION,               +1 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_DEFAULT,                  0 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_GUI,                      0 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_MAIN_WORKER,              0 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_VRDP_IO,                 -1 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_DEBUGGER,                -1 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_MSG_PUMP,                -2 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_IO,                      -3 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_TIMER,                   -4 }
};

/**
 * Deltas for a process in which we are restricted and can only lower the priority.
 */
00154 static const PROCPRIORITYTYPE g_aTypesLinuxRestricted[RTTHREADTYPE_END] =
{
    { RTTHREADTYPE_INVALID,                 -999999999 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_INFREQUENT_POLLER,       +3 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_MAIN_HEAVY_WORKER,       +2 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_EMULATION,               +1 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_DEFAULT,                  0 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_GUI,                      0 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_MAIN_WORKER,              0 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_VRDP_IO,                  0 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_DEBUGGER,                 0 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_MSG_PUMP,                 0 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_IO,                       0 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_TIMER,                    0 }
};

/**
 * All threads have the same priority.
 *
 * This is typically choosen when we find that we can't raise the priority
 * to the process default of a thread created by a low priority thread.
 */
00176 static const PROCPRIORITYTYPE g_aTypesLinuxFlat[RTTHREADTYPE_END] =
{
    { RTTHREADTYPE_INVALID,                 -999999999 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_INFREQUENT_POLLER,        0 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_MAIN_HEAVY_WORKER,        0 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_EMULATION,                0 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_DEFAULT,                  0 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_GUI,                      0 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_MAIN_WORKER,              0 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_VRDP_IO,                  0 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_DEBUGGER,                 0 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_MSG_PUMP,                 0 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_IO,                       0 },
    { RTTHREADTYPE_TIMER,                    0 }
};

/**
 * Process and thread level priority, full access at thread level.
 */
00195 static const PROCPRIORITY   g_aUnixConfigs[] =
{
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_FLAT,      "Flat",      0,   0, g_aTypesLinuxFlat },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_LOW,       "Low",       9,   9, g_aTypesLinuxFree },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_LOW,       "Low",       9,   9, g_aTypesLinuxFlat },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_LOW,       "Low",      15,  15, g_aTypesLinuxFree },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_LOW,       "Low",      15,  15, g_aTypesLinuxFlat },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_LOW,       "Low",      17,  17, g_aTypesLinuxFree },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_LOW,       "Low",      17,  17, g_aTypesLinuxFlat },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_LOW,       "Low",      19,  19, g_aTypesLinuxFlat },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_LOW,       "Low",       9,   9, g_aTypesLinuxRestricted },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_LOW,       "Low",      15,  15, g_aTypesLinuxRestricted },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_LOW,       "Low",      17,  17, g_aTypesLinuxRestricted },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_NORMAL,    "Normal",    0,   0, g_aTypesLinuxFree },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_NORMAL,    "Normal",    0,   0, g_aTypesLinuxRestricted },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_NORMAL,    "Normal",    0,   0, g_aTypesLinuxFlat },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_HIGH,      "High",     -9,  -9, g_aTypesLinuxFree },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_HIGH,      "High",     -7,  -7, g_aTypesLinuxFree },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_HIGH,      "High",     -5,  -5, g_aTypesLinuxFree },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_HIGH,      "High",     -3,  -3, g_aTypesLinuxFree },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_HIGH,      "High",     -1,  -1, g_aTypesLinuxFree },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_HIGH,      "High",     -9,  -9, g_aTypesLinuxRestricted },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_HIGH,      "High",     -7,  -7, g_aTypesLinuxRestricted },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_HIGH,      "High",     -5,  -5, g_aTypesLinuxRestricted },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_HIGH,      "High",     -3,  -3, g_aTypesLinuxRestricted },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_HIGH,      "High",     -1,  -1, g_aTypesLinuxRestricted },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_HIGH,      "High",     -9,  -9, g_aTypesLinuxFlat },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_HIGH,      "High",     -7,  -7, g_aTypesLinuxFlat },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_HIGH,      "High",     -5,  -5, g_aTypesLinuxFlat },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_HIGH,      "High",     -3,  -3, g_aTypesLinuxFlat },
    { RTPROCPRIORITY_HIGH,      "High",     -1,  -1, g_aTypesLinuxFlat }
};

/**
 * The dynamic default priority configuration.
 *
 * This will be recalulated at runtime depending on what the
 * system allow us to do and what the current priority is.
 */
00234 static PROCPRIORITY g_aDefaultPriority =
{
    RTPROCPRIORITY_LOW, "Default", 0, 0, g_aTypesLinuxRestricted
};

/** Pointer to the current priority configuration. */
00240 static const PROCPRIORITY *g_pProcessPriority = &g_aDefaultPriority;

/** Set if we can raise the priority of a thread beyond the default.
 *
 * It might mean we have the CAP_SYS_NICE capability or that the
 * process's RLIMIT_NICE is higher than the priority of the thread
 * calculating the defaults.
 */
00248 static bool g_fCanRaisePriority = false;

/** Set if we can restore the priority after having temporarily lowered or raised it. */
00251 static bool g_fCanRestorePriority = false;

/** Set if we can NOT raise the priority to the process default in a thread
 * created by a thread running below the process default.
 */
00256 static bool g_fScrewedUpMaxPriorityLimitInheritance = true;

/** The highest priority we can set. */
00259 static int  g_iMaxPriority = 0;

/** The lower priority we can set. */
00262 static int  g_iMinPriority = 19;

/** Set when we've successfully determined the capabilities of the process and kernel. */
00265 static bool g_fInitialized = false;



/*******************************************************************************
*   Internal Functions                                                         *
*******************************************************************************/


/**
 * Saves all the scheduling attributes we can think of.
 */
00277 static void rtSchedNativeSave(PSAVEDPRIORITY pSave)
{
    memset(pSave, 0xff, sizeof(*pSave));

    errno = 0;
    pSave->iPriority = getpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0 /* current process */);
    Assert(errno == 0);

    errno = 0;
    sched_getparam(0 /* current process */, &pSave->SchedParam);
    Assert(errno == 0);

    errno = 0;
    pSave->iPolicy = sched_getscheduler(0 /* current process */);
    Assert(errno == 0);

    int rc = pthread_getschedparam(pthread_self(), &pSave->iPthreadPolicy, &pSave->PthreadSchedParam);
    Assert(rc == 0); NOREF(rc);
}


/**
 * Restores scheduling attributes.
 * Most of this won't work right, but anyway...
 */
00302 static void rtSchedNativeRestore(PSAVEDPRIORITY pSave)
{
    setpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0, pSave->iPriority);
    sched_setscheduler(0, pSave->iPolicy, &pSave->SchedParam);
    sched_setparam(0, &pSave->SchedParam);
    pthread_setschedparam(pthread_self(), pSave->iPthreadPolicy, &pSave->PthreadSchedParam);
}


/**
 * Starts a worker thread and wait for it to complete.
 * We cannot use RTThreadCreate since we're already owner of the RW lock.
 */
00315 static int rtSchedRunThread(void *(*pfnThread)(void *pvArg), void *pvArg)
{
    /*
     * Setup thread attributes.
     */
    pthread_attr_t  ThreadAttr;
    int rc = pthread_attr_init(&ThreadAttr);
    if (!rc)
    {
        rc = pthread_attr_setdetachstate(&ThreadAttr, PTHREAD_CREATE_JOINABLE);
        if (!rc)
        {
            rc = pthread_attr_setstacksize(&ThreadAttr, 128*1024);
            if (!rc)
            {
                /*
                 * Create the thread.
                 */
                pthread_t Thread;
                rc = pthread_create(&Thread, &ThreadAttr, pfnThread, pvArg);
                if (!rc)
                {
                    /*
                     * Wait for the thread to finish.
                     */
                    void *pvRet = (void *)-1;
                    do
                    {
                        rc = pthread_join(Thread, &pvRet);
                    } while (errno == EINTR);
                    if (rc)
                        return RTErrConvertFromErrno(rc);
                    return (int)(uintptr_t)pvRet;
                }
            }
        }
        pthread_attr_destroy(&ThreadAttr);
    }
    return RTErrConvertFromErrno(rc);
}


static void rtSchedDumpPriority(void)
{
#ifdef THREAD_LOGGING
    Log(("Priority: g_fCanRaisePriority=%RTbool g_fCanRestorePriority=%RTbool g_fScrewedUpMaxPriorityLimitInheritance=%RTbool\n",
         g_fCanRaisePriority, g_fCanRestorePriority, g_fScrewedUpMaxPriorityLimitInheritance));
    Log(("Priority: g_iMaxPriority=%d g_iMinPriority=%d\n", g_iMaxPriority, g_iMinPriority));
    Log(("Priority: enmPriority=%d \"%s\" iNice=%d iDelta=%d\n",
         g_pProcessPriority->enmPriority,
         g_pProcessPriority->pszName,
         g_pProcessPriority->iNice,
         g_pProcessPriority->iDelta));
    Log(("Priority:  %2d INFREQUENT_POLLER = %d\n", RTTHREADTYPE_INFREQUENT_POLLER, g_pProcessPriority->paTypes[RTTHREADTYPE_INFREQUENT_POLLER].iPriority));
    Log(("Priority:  %2d MAIN_HEAVY_WORKER = %d\n", RTTHREADTYPE_MAIN_HEAVY_WORKER, g_pProcessPriority->paTypes[RTTHREADTYPE_MAIN_HEAVY_WORKER].iPriority));
    Log(("Priority:  %2d EMULATION         = %d\n", RTTHREADTYPE_EMULATION        , g_pProcessPriority->paTypes[RTTHREADTYPE_EMULATION        ].iPriority));
    Log(("Priority:  %2d DEFAULT           = %d\n", RTTHREADTYPE_DEFAULT          , g_pProcessPriority->paTypes[RTTHREADTYPE_DEFAULT          ].iPriority));
    Log(("Priority:  %2d GUI               = %d\n", RTTHREADTYPE_GUI              , g_pProcessPriority->paTypes[RTTHREADTYPE_GUI              ].iPriority));
    Log(("Priority:  %2d MAIN_WORKER       = %d\n", RTTHREADTYPE_MAIN_WORKER      , g_pProcessPriority->paTypes[RTTHREADTYPE_MAIN_WORKER      ].iPriority));
    Log(("Priority:  %2d VRDP_IO           = %d\n", RTTHREADTYPE_VRDP_IO          , g_pProcessPriority->paTypes[RTTHREADTYPE_VRDP_IO          ].iPriority));
    Log(("Priority:  %2d DEBUGGER          = %d\n", RTTHREADTYPE_DEBUGGER         , g_pProcessPriority->paTypes[RTTHREADTYPE_DEBUGGER         ].iPriority));
    Log(("Priority:  %2d MSG_PUMP          = %d\n", RTTHREADTYPE_MSG_PUMP         , g_pProcessPriority->paTypes[RTTHREADTYPE_MSG_PUMP         ].iPriority));
    Log(("Priority:  %2d IO                = %d\n", RTTHREADTYPE_IO               , g_pProcessPriority->paTypes[RTTHREADTYPE_IO               ].iPriority));
    Log(("Priority:  %2d TIMER             = %d\n", RTTHREADTYPE_TIMER            , g_pProcessPriority->paTypes[RTTHREADTYPE_TIMER            ].iPriority));
#endif
}


/**
 * This just checks if it can raise the priority after having been
 * created by a thread with a low priority.
 *
 * @returns zero on success, non-zero on failure.
 * @param   pvUser  The priority of the parent before it was lowered (cast to int).
 */
00390 static void *rtSchedNativeSubProberThread(void *pvUser)
{
    int iPriority = getpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0);
    Assert(iPriority == g_iMinPriority);

    if (setpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0, iPriority + 1))
        return (void *)-1;
    if (setpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0, (int)(intptr_t)pvUser))
        return (void *)-1;
    return (void *)0;
}


/**
 * The prober thread.
 * We don't want to mess with the priority of the calling thread.
 *
 * @remark  This is pretty presumptive stuff, but if it works on Linux and
 *          FreeBSD it does what I want.
 */
00410 static void *rtSchedNativeProberThread(void *pvUser)
{
    SAVEDPRIORITY SavedPriority;
    rtSchedNativeSave(&SavedPriority);

    /*
     * Check if we can get higher priority (typically only root can do this).
     * (Won't work right if our priority is -19 to start with, but what the heck.)
     *
     * We assume that the priority range is -19 to 19. Should probably find the right
     * define for this.
     */
    int iStart = getpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0);
    int i = iStart;
    while (i-- > -20)
        if (setpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0, i))
            break;
    g_iMaxPriority = getpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0);
    g_fCanRaisePriority = g_iMaxPriority < iStart;
    g_fCanRestorePriority = setpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0, iStart) == 0;

    /*
     * Check if we temporarily lower the thread priority.
     * Again, we assume we're not at the extreme end of the priority scale.
     */
    iStart = getpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0);
    i = iStart;
    while (i++ < 19)
        if (setpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0, i))
            break;
    g_iMinPriority = getpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0);
    if (    setpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0, iStart)
        ||  getpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0) != iStart)
        g_fCanRestorePriority = false;
    if (g_iMinPriority == g_iMaxPriority)
        g_fCanRestorePriority = g_fCanRaisePriority = false;

    /*
     * Check what happens to child threads when the parent lowers the
     * priority when it's being created.
     */
    iStart = getpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0);
    g_fScrewedUpMaxPriorityLimitInheritance = true;
    if (    g_fCanRestorePriority
        &&  !setpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0, g_iMinPriority)
        &&  iStart != g_iMinPriority)
    {
        if (rtSchedRunThread(rtSchedNativeSubProberThread, (void *)iStart) == 0)
            g_fScrewedUpMaxPriorityLimitInheritance = false;
    }

    /* done */
    rtSchedNativeRestore(&SavedPriority);
    return (void *)VINF_SUCCESS;
}


/**
 * Calculate the scheduling properties for all the threads in the default
 * process priority, assuming the current thread have the type enmType.
 *
 * @returns iprt status code.
 * @param   enmType     The thread type to be assumed for the current thread.
 */
00474 int rtSchedNativeCalcDefaultPriority(RTTHREADTYPE enmType)
{
    Assert(enmType > RTTHREADTYPE_INVALID && enmType < RTTHREADTYPE_END);

    /*
     * First figure out what's we're allowed to do in this process.
     */
    if (!g_fInitialized)
    {
        int iPriority = getpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0);
#ifdef RLIMIT_RTPRIO
        /** @todo */
#endif
        int rc = rtSchedRunThread(rtSchedNativeProberThread, NULL);
        if (RT_FAILURE(rc))
            return rc;
        Assert(getpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0) == iPriority); NOREF(iPriority);
        g_fInitialized = true;
    }

    /*
     * Select the right priority type table and update the default
     * process priority structure.
     */
    if (g_fCanRaisePriority && g_fCanRestorePriority && !g_fScrewedUpMaxPriorityLimitInheritance)
        g_aDefaultPriority.paTypes = &g_aTypesLinuxFree[0];
    else if (!g_fCanRaisePriority && g_fCanRestorePriority && !g_fScrewedUpMaxPriorityLimitInheritance)
        g_aDefaultPriority.paTypes = &g_aTypesLinuxRestricted[0];
    else
        g_aDefaultPriority.paTypes = &g_aTypesLinuxFlat[0];
    Assert(enmType == g_aDefaultPriority.paTypes[enmType].enmType);

    int iPriority = getpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0 /* current process */);
    g_aDefaultPriority.iNice = iPriority - g_aDefaultPriority.paTypes[enmType].iPriority;
    g_aDefaultPriority.iDelta = g_aDefaultPriority.iNice;

    rtSchedDumpPriority();
    return VINF_SUCCESS;
}


/**
 * The process priority validator thread.
 * (We don't want to mess with the priority of the calling thread.)
 */
00519 static void *rtSchedNativeValidatorThread(void *pvUser)
{
    const PROCPRIORITY *pCfg = (const PROCPRIORITY *)pvUser;
    SAVEDPRIORITY SavedPriority;
    rtSchedNativeSave(&SavedPriority);

    /*
     * Try out the priorities from the top and down.
     */
    int rc = VINF_SUCCESS;
    int i = RTTHREADTYPE_END;
    while (--i > RTTHREADTYPE_INVALID)
    {
        int iPriority = pCfg->paTypes[i].iPriority + pCfg->iDelta;
        if (setpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0, iPriority))
        {
            rc = RTErrConvertFromErrno(errno);
            break;
        }
    }

    /* done */
    rtSchedNativeRestore(&SavedPriority);
    return (void *)rc;
}


/**
 * Validates and sets the process priority.
 *
 * This will check that all rtThreadNativeSetPriority() will success for all the
 * thread types when applied to the current thread.
 *
 * @returns iprt status code.
 * @param   enmPriority     The priority to validate and set.
 */
00555 int rtProcNativeSetPriority(RTPROCPRIORITY enmPriority)
{
    Assert(enmPriority > RTPROCPRIORITY_INVALID && enmPriority < RTPROCPRIORITY_LAST);

    int rc = VINF_SUCCESS;
    if (enmPriority == RTPROCPRIORITY_DEFAULT)
        g_pProcessPriority = &g_aDefaultPriority;
    else
    {
        /*
         * Find a configuration which matches and can be applied.
         */
        rc = VERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND;
        for (unsigned i = 0; i < RT_ELEMENTS(g_aUnixConfigs); i++)
        {
            if (g_aUnixConfigs[i].enmPriority == enmPriority)
            {
                int iPriority = getpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0);
                int rc3 = rtSchedRunThread(rtSchedNativeValidatorThread, (void *)&g_aUnixConfigs[i]);
                Assert(getpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0) == iPriority); NOREF(iPriority);
                if (RT_SUCCESS(rc3))
                {
                    g_pProcessPriority = &g_aUnixConfigs[i];
                    rc = VINF_SUCCESS;
                    break;
                }
                if (rc == VERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND)
                    rc = rc3;
            }
        }
    }

#ifdef THREAD_LOGGING
    LogFlow(("rtProcNativeSetPriority: returns %Rrc enmPriority=%d\n", rc, enmPriority));
    rtSchedDumpPriority();
#endif
    return rc;
}


/**
 * Sets the priority of the thread according to the thread type
 * and current process priority.
 *
 * The RTTHREADINT::enmType member has not yet been updated and will be updated by
 * the caller on a successful return.
 *
 * @returns iprt status code.
 * @param   pThread     The thread in question.
 * @param   enmType     The thread type.
 */
00606 int rtThreadNativeSetPriority(PRTTHREADINT pThread, RTTHREADTYPE enmType)
{
    /* sanity */
    Assert(enmType > RTTHREADTYPE_INVALID && enmType < RTTHREADTYPE_END);
    Assert(enmType == g_pProcessPriority->paTypes[enmType].enmType);
    Assert((pthread_t)pThread->Core.Key == pthread_self());

    /*
     * Calculate the thread priority and apply it.
     */
    int rc = VINF_SUCCESS;
    int iPriority = g_pProcessPriority->paTypes[enmType].iPriority + g_pProcessPriority->iDelta;
    if (!setpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0, iPriority))
    {
        AssertMsg(iPriority == getpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0), ("iPriority=%d getpriority()=%d\n", iPriority, getpriority(PRIO_PROCESS, 0)));
#ifdef THREAD_LOGGING
        Log(("rtThreadNativeSetPriority: Thread=%p enmType=%d iPriority=%d pid=%d\n", pThread->Core.Key, enmType, iPriority, getpid()));
#endif
    }
    else
    {
        rc = RTErrConvertFromErrno(errno);
        AssertMsgFailed(("setpriority(,, %d) -> errno=%d rc=%Rrc\n", iPriority, errno, rc));
        rc = VINF_SUCCESS; //non-fatal for now.
    }

    return rc;
}


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