• Subject: Re: A Job Queueing Problem
  • From: Bill Gravelle<billgravelle@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 18 Sep 1997 11:24:29 -0600

If you want to keep the problem solution within one subsystem, then you may 
be able to use the job queue priority limits that are available ...

I'm not connected to a 400 right now so my terminology might be off, but 
there are additional limits that you can place on your job queue entries in 
the subsystem description that will control the number of jobs active from 
that queue at a certain submitted priority ... This gives you more granular 
control over the number of concurrent executable jobs ...

In order to get your requirement implemented, you may have to change your 
job queue scheme a bit, but you should be able to find a combination of 
queues with priority limits to meet your needs ...

Good luck, *bg





At 10:26 AM 9/18/97 +0200, you wrote:
>Hi Midrangers!
>
>I could not find an answer for my problem in the Work Management Manual.
>
>A batch subsystem has MAXACT = 3
>There are 3 queues:
>Q1 allows one   job  at a time
>Q2 allows two   jobs at a time
>Q3 allows three jobs at a time
>The sequence of the queues in the subsystem is Q1, Q2, Q3
>
>The problem with this configuration is: I do not want to run three jobs
from Q1 and Q2 at a time.
>
>Is there a possibility to configure this: "Run one job from Q1 and at most
two jobs from Q2, but no more than two of them at a time"?
>
>TIA,
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