Configure APS_PRIORITY
in an absolute priority queue in lsb.queues.

`APS_PRIORITY=WEIGHT[`[`factor``,` `value`]
[`subfactor``,` `value`]...]...`]
LIMIT[`[`factor``,` `value`]
[`subfactor``,` `value`]...]...`] GRACE_PERIOD[`[`factor``,` `value`]
[`subfactor``,` `value`]...]...`]`

Pending jobs in the queue are ordered according to the calculated APS value.

If weight of a subfactor is defined, but the weight of parent factor is not defined, the parent factor weight is set as 1.

The WEIGHT and LIMIT factors are floating-point values.
Specify a `value` for GRACE_PERIOD in seconds (`value`s),
minutes (`value`m), or hours (`value`h).

The default unit for grace period is hours.

For
example, the following sets a grace period of 10 hours for the MEM
factor, 10 minutes for the JPRIORITY factor, 10 seconds for the QPRIORITY
factor, and 10 hours (default) for the RSRC factor:

`GRACE_PERIOD[[MEM,10h] [JPRIORITY, 10m] [QPRIORITY,10s] [RSRC, 10]]`

Note:

You cannot specify zero for the WEIGHT, LIMIT, and GRACE_PERIOD of any factor or subfactor.

APS queues cannot configure cross-queue fairshare (FAIRSHARE_QUEUES) or host-partition fairshare.