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    The priority algorithm is a numeric priority queue. Normally, the priorities are established such that lower values are considered to have higher priority. For example, a job with priority 1 will have a higher priority than a job with priority 10.

    The default priority of all jobs is set in the Supervisor configuration, like so:

    supervisor_default_priority = 9999 All

    If this configuration parameter is not set, jobs submitted will have a default priority of 9999, unless otherwise specified.. Job priority can also be set by the user on job submission, subject to possible limits set by supervisor_highest_user_priority


     In the case of similar cluster specifications, priority values will be checked.

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