Sets or changes the default execution priority for batch
jobs and sets a maximum execution priority for batch jobs.
maxsubqueue The maximum priority at which batch jobs will be
allowed to run. This overrides any job priority a
user may have requested with the JOB command. This
parameter may be ES, DS, CS, or 0. If 0 is
specified, no limit is imposed on batch jobs.
Default is no change in maximum priority.
defaultsubqueue The default execution priority for batch jobs, which
may be ES, DS, or CS. This takes effect if a user
does not specify an execution priority in the JOB
command. Default is no change in execution
The maxsubqueue parameter specified in the JOBPRI command
takes precedence over defaultsubqueue. Therefore, selecting
a default parameter greater than the value of maxsubqueue
parameter will not affect job execution. Jobs will still be
initiated with the maximum priority parameter.
This command may be issued from a session, job, program, or
in BREAK. Pressing [Break] has no effect on this command.
Users must have OP capability to execute this command.
To raise the maximum execution priority so that batch jobs
can run in any subqueue requested, enter