Generic NQS

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Generic NQS
Batch processing system

Batch processing systems were traditionally used to share limited computing power between people. Today, batch processing systems are also used to place work on workstations outside office hours, to make the most of an investment in a costly UNIX workstations. Also, with the steady advance of UNIX for PC computers, you can combine Generic NQS and GNU/Linux to build processor farms for just a fraction of the price of commercial systems.



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Janet Casey

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31 January 2001

Leaders and contributors

Stuart Herbert Maintainer

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