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Change the execution order of processes on RM Server
I am having a question similar to this one from 2014: Setting-process-priorities
My RM server license is limited to running one process at a time, which is perfectly fine for my purposes. I use the server instance mostly for extensive pre-processing and data gathering tasks. Having said that, some of those processes run for a very long time, due to numerous database querries and the respective process structures (i.e. many loops). Very long means several hours or even a couple of days. I ususally submit several of those processes at a time and just let it run until it is done.
However, sometimes I have a situation in which I would like to run a process on the same server instance, that is more important from a timing perspective than the data processing processes. If I send it to the server, it is automatically put at the end of the queue and I was wondering whether there is any way, I can move it up to be at the first spot of the queue. My current solution is aborting all queued processes, submitting the high priority processes and then submitting the whole lot of the low priority processes back to the queue. This seems quite non optimal.
I have read the doc on Process Execution Queues, but it does not really do what I was hoping for. Any hint on how I can sort the process execution order on RM Server after the processes have been submitted would be highly appreciated.