What are different queues used, Computer Engineering

1.Local queue -is a actual queue

2.Cluster queue -is a local queue that is called as throughout

a cluster of queue managers

3. Remote queue -structure explaining a queue

4. Transmission queue (xmit quueue) -local queue with special purpose

5.Initiation queue -local queue with particular purpose

6.Dynamic queue -local queue formed "on the fly"

 

 

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