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flog — speed up a process
flog [-l n] [-a m] [-u] process-id
Flog is used to stimulate an improvement in the performance of a process that is already
in execution. The process-id is the process number of the process that is to be
The value n of the -l flag is the flagellation constant, i.e., the number of lashes to be
administered per minute. If this argument is omitted, the default is 17, which is the
most random random number.
The value m of the -a flag is the number of times the inducement to speed up is to be
administered. If this argument is omitted, the default is one, which is based on the
possibility that after that the process will rectify its behavior of its own volition.
The presence of the -u flag indicates that flog is to be unmerciful in its actions. This
nullifies the effects of the other keyletter arguments. It is recommended that this
option be used only on extremely stubborn processes, as its over-use may have detrimental
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