When you display the Default schedule status list, the system displays the information in two sections:
|•||Key: Lists the abbreviations the status schedule uses for the environments, the two types of batch processes you can schedule on a machine, and the abbreviations the other columns use in the list.|
|•||Schedule Status: Displays the processing status of each vectorizing or rendering machine in the network|
The following table describes the contents of the Schedule Status list:
Displays the name of the networked machine that is configured to accept batch processing jobs.
Indicates whether the machine is available for batch processing.
On: The machine is scheduled to batch process.
Off: The machine is not scheduled (for the time you specified) to batch process.
Lists the type of batch processing the machine is scheduled to perform (vectorize and/or batch processing ).
If an asterisk (*) appears in these columns for a machine, then this type of batch processing is scheduled for this machine.
If a machine is scheduled to do both types of batch processing, the machine performs both types alternatively; it processes an entry from the Vectorize queue, vectorizes the data, and then take an entry from the Render queue.
Displays the environments scheduled to be batch processed on a machine.
The machine batch processes only the data from the environments listed in this column.
Displays the priority level for batch processing on a machine. You can prioritize environments so that one machine can perform the batch processing before another.
If an asterisk (*) appears in the pri column, the environments are prioritized for that machine. The priority order for the environments appears in the Environments column (reads from left to right, highest to lowest priority).
|Time of Last Update||
The Default schedule also indicates the last time the schedule was modified for each machine.
This final column displays the date and time that the Default schedule was last modified for each machine.