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POSIX_SPAWNATTR_GETSCHEDPOLICY(3)  BSD Library Functions Manual POSIX_SPAWNATTR_GETSCHEDPOLICY(3)

NAME
     posix_spawnattr_getschedpolicy, posix_spawnattr_setschedpolicy -- get and set the spawn-
     schedpolicy attribute of a spawn attributes object

LIBRARY
     Standard C Library (libc, -lc)

SYNOPSIS
     #include <spawn.h>

     int
     posix_spawnattr_getschedpolicy(const posix_spawnattr_t *restrict attr,
	 int *restrict schedpolicy);

     int
     posix_spawnattr_setschedpolicy(posix_spawnattr_t *attr, int schedpolicy);

DESCRIPTION
     The posix_spawnattr_getschedpolicy() function obtains the value of the spawn-schedpolicy
     attribute from the attributes object referenced by attr.

     The posix_spawnattr_setschedpolicy() function sets the spawn-schedpolicy attribute in an
     initialized attributes object referenced by attr.

     The spawn-schedpolicy attribute represents the scheduling policy to be assigned to the new
     process image in a spawn operation (if POSIX_SPAWN_SETSCHEDULER is set in the spawn-flags
     attribute).  The default value of this attribute is unspecified.

RETURN VALUES
     The posix_spawnattr_getschedpolicy() and posix_spawnattr_setschedpolicy() functions return
     zero.

SEE ALSO
     posix_spawn(3), posix_spawnattr_destroy(3), posix_spawnattr_getschedparam(3),
     posix_spawnattr_init(3), posix_spawnattr_setschedparam(3), posix_spawnp(3)

STANDARDS
     The posix_spawnattr_getschedpolicy() and posix_spawnattr_setschedpolicy() functions conform
     to IEEE Std 1003.1-2001 (``POSIX.1'').

HISTORY
     The posix_spawnattr_getschedpolicy() and posix_spawnattr_setschedpolicy() functions first
     appeared in FreeBSD 8.0 and imported for NetBSD 6.

AUTHORS
     Ed Schouten <ed@FreeBSD.org>

BSD					December 20, 2011				      BSD
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