When prioritizing jobs
and dividing up the network render load, you might need to pull
individual servers off one job and place them on another.
When you remove a server
from the current rendering job, and the server is assigned to another
started or active job, it is used by that job. If the server has
no further job assignments, it stops rendering.
You can assign machines
that become available for network rendering to any job.
You can tell whether
a server is assigned to a particular job by highlighting the job
in the Queue Monitor Job
list and looking at the server's icon in the Server list. If a horizontal
bar appears through the server icon, then it is assigned to the
job; if no bar appears, then it isn't assigned to the job.
Alternatively, just highlight
the job and then click Selected Job in the Server Tree view, to
list only servers assigned to that job.
To remove a server or servers from the
highlighted rendering job or jobs:
- Highlight the server in the Server list
and click the Remove Server icon on the toolbar.
To assign an unassigned server or servers
to highlighted rendering job(s), do one of the following:
- Highlight the unassigned server(s) in
the servers list and choose Assign To Selected Jobs from the Servers
- Right-click the server name in the queue
list to display the pop-up menu and choose Assign To Selected Jobs.