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  • The update also includes a feature called slotwise preemption, which is a more sophisticated way of allocating resources than just saying job queue A is always subordinate to job queue B; you can say clever things like have no more than four jobs running across queues A and B, and if there is a conflict for resources, queue B always loses.

    The Register

  • The update also includes a feature called slotwise preemption, which is a more sophisticated way of allocating resources than just saying job queue A is always subordinate to job queue B; you can say clever things like have no more than four jobs running across queues A and B, and if there is a conflict for resources, queue B always loses.

    The Register

  • In a nutshell, slotwise preemption lets you set a specific limit on the number of jobs allowed to be running on a host, regardless of how many queues and slots there are.

    Sun Bloggers

  • Hopefully slotwise subordination now makes sense, and you can see why it's important.

    Sun Bloggers

  • Continuing with the new feature theme, this week we're talking about slotwise subordination

    Sun Bloggers

  • Hopefully slotwise subordination now makes sense, and you can see why it's important.

    Planet Sun

  • (Note that slotwise subordination deals only with the running job count.

    Planet Sun

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