you submit jobs and use the --memory option you can give units in
both MB and GB. jobsub_submit interprets 1 GB as 1024 MB, not 1000 MB. So --memory=2GB is equivalent
to --memory=2048MB, not 2000MB.
are more likely to get a grid slot for your job if you request
the lifetime you actually need. This will be enforced in early summer 2016.
priority numbers comparable across experiments?
are resources determined between experiments? Jobs running at a given moment –
tune priority factors, and relaxation factor)
do priorities affect grid job startup?
that run past their resource limits get held, not killed (do jobsub_q to see reason why). Understand
why, kill jobs and resubmit.