en Besides the heavy part of the filtering task to generate a print-ready bitmap, any printing software needs to use a SPOOLing mechanism: this is to line up different jobs from different users for different printers and different filters and send them accordingly to the destinations. The printing daemon takes care of all this
en Filter limit (FilterLimit) Sets the maximum cost of all job filters that can be run at the same time. A limit of ‧ means no limit. A typical job may need a filter limit of at least ‧; limits less than the minimum required by a job force a single job to be printed at any time. The default limit is ‧ (unlimited). ex
xh Umda wecebo lokucoca ulwelo (FilterLimit) Icwangcisa ubuninzi bexabiso lemisebenzi yonke yamacebo okucoca ulwelo emisebenzi esebenzisekayo ngexesha elifanayo. Umda ka ‧ uthetha ukuba akukho mda. Umsebenzi angafuna umda wecebo lokucoca ulwelo elingu ‧; imida engaphantsi kobuncincane obufunwa ngumsebenzi wonyanxelo womsebenzi omnye ozakushicilelwa ngexesha ngalinye. Umda wokungagqibeki ngu ‧ (engenasiphelo). ex: ‧ Do not translate the keyword between brackets (e. g. ServerName, ServerAdmin, etc
en If you define the same printer queues on two or more different servers, the clients will send their jobs to the first responding or available server. This implies an automatic load balancing amongst servers. If you have to take one server off the network for maintenance, the others will just take over its tasks without the users even noticing the difference
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