• Subject: Re: Batch Job Priorties
  • From: Patrick Townsend <townsend@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 15 Sep 1999 20:18:57 -0700
  • Organization: Patrick Townsend & Associates, Inc.


When you submit the job to batch you specify the job queue to use. The
job queue is attached to a subsytem. The subsystem has routing entries
that define the operating characteristics. One of these characteristics
is the class. The class defines the execution priority (and other
stuff). So, to change the execution priority in the way you want, just
determine the class that's being used and change it (CHGCLS). You can
find the routing entries by displaying the subsystem description
(DSPSBSD) and selecting the option for routing entries.

Patrick

Matt.Feeney@hr-m.b-m.defence.gov.au wrote:
> 
> How is the priority for a Job determined when submitted for batch
> processing? How do I go about If I want to change the priority of all jobs
> submitted to a particular Sub-System from a priority of 10 to 50? (before
> they begin execution).
> 
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