Require automatic drive mounts on worker.
Enable auto-wrangling for this job.
|convert_path||131072||Automatically convert paths on worker at runtime. New in 6.4-2|
Normally subjobs are automatically completed by the system when a job runs out of available agenda items. Setting this flag disables that.
Normally, if a job is submitted with the number of subjobs greater than there are agenda items, Qube automatically shrinks the number of subjobs to be equal to the number of agenda items. Setting this flag disables that.
Disable Windows' process management mechanism called the "Job Object" that Qube normally uses to manage job processes-- some applications already use it internally, and job objects don't nest within another well, causing jobs to crash unexpectedly.
Submit job as an elite job, which will be started immediately regardless of how busy the farm is. Elite jobs are also protected from preemption. Must be admin.
Use environment variables set in the submission environment, when running the job on the workers.
Automatically expand job to use as many subjobs as there are agenda items (limited by the total job slots in the farm).
Make all subjobs start at once (useful for implementation of parallel jobs, such as satellite renders).
Run job on all candidate hosts, as filtered by other options (such as "hosts" or "groups").
Send e-mail when job is done.
When an agenda item (frame) fails but is retried automatically because the retrywork option is set, setting this flag causes the subjob to be migrated to another worker host, preventing the frame from running on the same host.
Enable p-agenda for this job, so that some frames are processed at a higher priority.
Prevent job from being preempted.