GNU Queue is a load-balancing and batch-processing system that features an innovative job proxy mechanism which allows users to control their remote jobs in a nearly seamless and transparent fashion. No special privileges are required for installation.
A tail-like appendage of hair; a pigtail.
A line of persons waiting anywhere.
A line of jobs to be processed in a certain order. MEDIA uses a variety of queues including job queues and print queues.
See Printer Queue.
A first-in first-out data structure used for lining up requests for a resource such as a printer or communications channel.
a data structure maintaining a first-in, first-out discipline of insertion and removal. [SILC99][TOP OF THE PAGE
a basic data structure that is used throughout programming
To route a communication, such as a passenger name record, on a CRS to a specific destination, such as a travel agency.
A data structure that contains status information, a pointer to routines processing messages, and pointers for administering a Stream. It typically contains pointers to a put and service procedure, a message queue, and private data.
An object created by an administrator to implement the point-to-point delivery model. A queue is always available to hold messages even when the client that consumes its messages is inactive. A queue is used as an intermediary holding place between producers and consumers.
a data structure in which messages are stored
A line (e.g. at a bank or a supermarket.) Pronounced, "cue"
Line. I realize it means the same thing in the U.S., but we hardly ever use it. Example 1: You stand in a queue to get movie tickets. Example 2: A traffic sign reads "Don't queue across intersection."
form a queue, form a line, stand in line; "Customers lined up in front of the store"
Set of items, such as telephone calls or packets, arranged in sequence.
the order in which documents are to be printed by the computer.
a ordered sequence of objects where items are removed in the order
a timestamper that stores a sequence of patches
A holding container for work items. In Microsoft CRM, queues are used in several places. For example, the Queues area of the Workplace module contains queues of cases and activities. In KB Manager, knowledge base articles are sorted into queues in the Draft, Unapproved, and Published folders.
a holding place for user tasks and commands
A queue in a call centre is an electronic holding area where calls are placed until an agent becomes free to answer them.
A temporary holding place for data.
To fasten, as hair, in a queue.
a braid of hair at the back of the head
Manchu men's hairstyle that consisted of a high shaved forehead and a long braid down the back; originally developed to keep long hair out of the face in battle. By Manchu decree issued by Dorgon in 1645, all Chinese men had to adopt the hairstyle upon risk of execution. Antiâ€‘Manchu activists would often cut the queue braid as an act of defiance against the Qing.
The queue (or cue) was a specific hairstyle worn by the Manchus of central Manchuria in China. The hairstyle consisted of the hair on the front of the head being shaved off above the temples and the rest of the hair braided into a long ponytail, or queue. The ponytail was never to be cut for it would dishonor oneâ€™s self.
a collection for holding elements prior to processing
a thread boundary element
a variable-size, ordered collection of homogeneous elements
a collection of items in which only the oldest item may be accessed or removed
a collection of items together with the following operations
a set of items in which only the earliest added item may be removed