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GNU Queue

https://www.gnu.org/software/gnu-queue/
Batch processing and local rsh replacement system.

Queue is a load balancing system that lets users control their remote jobs. It does this with local shell job control and signaling and can be used as a local replacement for rsh to hosts within a homogeneous cluster under single administrative control. Queue also supports more traditional email based load-balancing and distributed batch-processing facilities using a number of criteria to decide where to send jobs. No special privileges are required for installation.








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