Optimization jobs can be sent to a Compute Server using different priorities to control the queueing process. If the Compute Server cluster is organized into multiple groups, each group can be assigned a different priority. This way your jobs get assigned the priority that is defined for the group the job is running on.
Group priorities cannot control which group your process is assigned to! This can be done by specifying only one group in the license file.
Here is an example of a client license file:
The job will then run on any machine in the Compute Server cluster that belongs to one of the groups GRP1 or GRP2. On a machine in the group GRP1, the job will have priority 10; on those in GRP2, the job will have priority 50.