If multiple replication jobs are queued to be run because the maximum number of jobs are already running, jobs created by policies with priority will be run before jobs without priorities. For example, assume that 50 jobs are currently running. A job without priority is the created and queued to run; next, a job with priority is created and queued to run. The job with priority will run next, even though the job without priority has been queued for a longer period of time.
SyncIQ will also pause replication jobs without priority to allow jobs with priority to run. For example, assume that 50 jobs are already running, and one of them does not have priority. If a replication job with priority is created, SyncIQ will pause the replication job without priority and run the job with priority.