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setspri


setspri [ -r ] PRIORITY JOB

Purpose

Set or remove absolute or relative system priorities for a specified job.

Permissions

This command can be run by any Maui Scheduler Administrator.

Parameters

JOB Name of job.
PRIORITY System priority level. By default, this priority is an absolute priority overriding the policy generated priority value. Range is 0 to clear, 1 for lowest, 1000 for highest. If the '-r' flag is specified, the system priority is relative, adding or subtracting the specified value from the policy generated priority. If a relative priority is specified, any value in the range +/- 1000000000 is acceptable.

Flags

-h Help for this command.
-r Set relative system priority on job.

Description

This command allows you to set or remove a system priority level for a specified job. Any job with a system priority level set is guaranteed a higher priority than jobs without a system priority. Jobs with higher system priority settings have priority over jobs with lower system priority settings.

Example 1

% setspri 10 fr13n03.24.0

Job System Priority Adjusted

In this example, a system priority of 10 is set for job fr13n03.24.0.

Example 2

% setspri 0 fr13n03.24.0

Job System Priority Adjusted

In this example, system priority is cleared for job fr13n03.24.0.

Example 3

> setspri -r 100000 job.00001

Job System Priority Adjusted

In this example, the job's priority will be increased by 100000 over the value determine by configured priority policy.

Related Commands

Use the checkjob command to check the system priority level, if any, for a given job.

Notes

None.


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