[GE users] Queue problem

Andre Thomas athomas at forensicmedia.co.uk
Mon Jan 16 19:27:14 GMT 2006


Hi Stephan,

thanks for that. In fact I was going to write exactly that as a closing 
note, since I discovered this problem on Saturday and the only way I got 
around it was by creating a new resource.

Thanks to all that responded and helped out.

cheers

andre

Stephan Grell - Sun Germany - SSG - Software Engineer wrote:

>Hi,
>
>you will need an extra resource to identfy the jobs. You cannot use the
>license_nuke
>because they licenses have to be acounted for on the global level.
>Therefore, you will
>need a nuke boolean which is forced and is anly available in the nuke
>queue instances.
>
>Cheers,
>Stephan
>
>Andrea Lorenz wrote On 01/13/06 16:11,:
>
>  
>
>>>>Hi Andrea,
>>>>
>>>>I have a complex License_Nuke, because of license limitations. Now 
>>>>should I do an additional complex as per your suggestion or just make 
>>>>the license one =forced?
>>>>     
>>>>
>>>>        
>>>>
>>>You can use License_Nuke.
>>>   
>>>
>>>      
>>>
>>But License_Nuke must not set in global host configuration. Try to set it for the Nuke queue.
>>But I do not know if it makes some problems with the license limitations.
>>Try it.
>>
>>Andrea
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