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updates upon quartz-1.6.1 release.

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 <h3><a name="TutorialLesson4-MisfireInstructions"></a>Misfire Instructions</h3>
 
-<p>Another important property of a Trigger is its "misfire instruction". A misfire occurs if a persistent trigger "misses" its firing time because of the scheduler being shutdown. The different trigger types have different misfire instructions available to them. By default they use a 'smart policy' instruction - which has dynamic behavior based on trigger type and configuration. When the scheduler starts, it searches for any persistent triggers that have misfired, and it then updates each of them based on their individually configured misfire instructions. When you start using Quartz in your own projects, you should make yourself familiar with the misfire instructions that are defined on the given trigger types, and explained in their JavaDoc. More specific information about misfire instructions will be given within the tutorial lessons specific to each trigger type. The misfire instruction for a given trigger instance can be configured using the <em>setMisfireInstruction(..)</em> method.</p>
+<p>Another important property of a Trigger is its "misfire instruction". A misfire occurs if a persistent trigger "misses" its firing time because of the scheduler being shutdown, or because there are no available threads in Quartz's thread pool for executing the job. The different trigger types have different misfire instructions available to them. By default they use a 'smart policy' instruction - which has dynamic behavior based on trigger type and configuration. When the scheduler starts, it searches for any persistent triggers that have misfired, and it then updates each of them based on their individually configured misfire instructions. When you start using Quartz in your own projects, you should make yourself familiar with the misfire instructions that are defined on the given trigger types, and explained in their JavaDoc. More specific information about misfire instructions will be given within the tutorial lessons specific to each trigger type. The misfire instruction for a given trigger instance can be configured using the <em>setMisfireInstruction(..)</em> method.</p>
 
 <h3><a name="TutorialLesson4-TriggerUtilsTriggersMadeEasy"></a>TriggerUtils - Triggers Made Easy</h3>