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priority boost for thread in windows service

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My application is a message gateway. It uses several threads to send, receive
and log messages. The send thread is time critical, transmitting emergency
stops.

Using default settings it takes too long to get a message out of the PC.
Currently running as a console app I have seen severe delays especially when
other applications are started at the same time.
The class lib when finished will be used in a windows service. So priority
boost doesn’t work as it needs a UI?

Which of the process and thread priorities should be set to which level?
When and how is this done? Can it be done from inside my code or do I need a
special setup routine?

thanks herbert

Jun 30 '06 #1
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