Suspend Command

Suspend a task (SUSPEND command) to enable tasks of higher priority to proceed. This can prevent processor-intensive tasks from monopolizing the processor. When other eligible tasks have proceeded and terminated or suspended processing, control is returned to the issuing task; that is, the task remains dispatchable.

The SUSPEND command
SUSPEND relinquishes control to a task of higher or equal dispatching priority. Control is returned to the task issuing the command as soon as no other task of a higher or equal priority is ready to be processed.



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