In Capacity Groups the concept of priority is used to define the hierarchical relationship between multiple Capacity Groups and multiple programs assigned to them at runtime. That is, how many background processes each Capacity Group is entitled to with respect to concurrently running Capacity Groups and, within them, their respective parallel running programs with respect to each other.
The highest instance of priority is set at Capacity Group level. This should be defined prior to the creation of the first Capacity Group (see “Creating and Maintaining Capacity Groups).


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