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Suppose I have a task (actually a Java Virtual Machine) running at a
certain priority.  Now, I have Apache running at a lower priority.  Now,
suppose someone invokes a denial of service attack on Apache, by smothering
it with requests.  Will this impact on the time being allocated to the JVM?
Can I guarantee a certain percentage of time to the JVM?  What if the JVM
runs at a lower priority than Apache?
Also, would it be feasible to have some task running that monitors what % of 
time Apache gets, and lower it's priority if it is getting too much time?
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