An integer value representing the number of seconds delay utilizedby the condor_schedd daemon, when throttling the rate at whichjobs are stopped via condor_rm, condor_hold, orcondor_vacate_job. The condor_schedd daemon stops$(JOB_STOP_COUNT) jobs at a time, then delays for$(JOB_STOP_DELAY) seconds before stopping the next set of jobs.This delay prevents a sudden, large load on resources required bythe jobs when they are terminating. The resulting job stop rateaverages as fast as JOB_STOP_COUNT/JOB_STOP_DELAY jobs persecond. This configuration variable is also used during the gracefulshutdown of the condor_schedd daemon. During graceful shutdown,this macro determines the wait time in between requesting eachcondor_shadow daemon to gracefully shut down. The default valueis 0, which means jobs will be stopped as fast as possible. Thisvariable is ignored for grid and scheduler universe jobs.
The Version 2023 of our software seamlessly continues adding value to the newest generation of the EPLAN Platform and continues its development. Discover the appealing innovations and features such as international macro management, the new high-performance 3D engine and EPLAN eSTOCK, the comprehensive device management system.
When creating control documentation for various countries, it can occur that a device has several different variant schematic representations. One reason for this can be due to different measurement systems (millimetres or inches) or on different orientations for the schematics. Above and beyond this, many companies also specify special representations for the layout depending on their own in-house standards or those of their suppliers. With the EPLAN Platform 2023, you can save different schematic macros for one device in the device management system: up to ten macros according to international norms and standards (including IEC, NFPA) as well as ten additional ones according to company-specific requirements. Another practical feature is that the software automatically assigns the appropriate macro to the device when you assign a specific standard to your project. All you have to do is drag and drop the device into the schematics. 153554b96e