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Figure 1-1. Sample NQE Configuration
Figure 1-2. NQE File Structure
Figure 2-1. Request Processing for Local Submission
Figure 2-2. Request Processing for Client Submission to NQS
Figure 2-3. Request Processing for Client Submission to the NQE Database
Figure 2-4. Request Processing for Remote Submission
Figure 2-5. Queue Configuration That Uses theloadonly Attribute
Figure 2-6. Basic Concept of the NQE Database
Figure 3-1. NQE Configuration Display, Condensed View
Figure 3-2. NQE Configuration Display, File Menu
Figure 3-3. NQE Configuration Display, Action Menu
Figure 3-4. NQE Configuration Display, View Menu
Figure 3-5. NQE Configuration Display, Full View
Figure 3-6. NQE Configuration Display, Install View
Figure 5-1. Example of a TCP/IP network
Figure 8-1. Average Machine Load Data
Figure 8-2. Instantaneous Machine Load Data
Figure 8-3. NQS Configuration with Load Balancing by Default
Figure 8-4. NQS Configuration with Load Balancing by Selection
Figure 9-1. NQE Database Layout
Figure 9-2. NQE Database Components
Figure 9-3. User Task Owners and States
Figure 10-1. Scheduler Program Structure
Figure 13-1. Component Relationships in FTA
Figure 13-2. NPPA Configuration Example
Figure B-1. Simple NQE Cluster
Figure B-2. NQE Load-balanced Cluster
Figure B-3. Default NQE Queue Configuration
Figure B-4. NQE Database and NQE Scheduler Components