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    Now in Qube 6.9, a job can be set to have the same priority across all clusters.  Prior to this release, a job could only be highest priority in its own cluster, and had to accept running at a reduced priority in other clusters. 

    Cluster priorities now allow you to use wildcards, by using a + character at the end of a cluster name, to match several clusters. Multiple clusters can also be specified by separating them with commas.

    For example, specifying a job's cluster as /+ and a priority of 1 would allow the job to run as priority 1 in all clusters on the farm.

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