Assuming there are no granular limitations being hit (i.e. max # of jobs per pool/queue/user) , the resources would be calculated by dividing by the sum up all of the weights from the queues/pools with running jobs, then reattributing the weighing. So in your example, two queues are running development and production, which sums to 6. Divided by 100, each weight is allocated 16.66667. So the development pool would get 16.6667% of all of the cluster resources, and the production pool would get 83.3333% of all the cluster resources. If the default pool receives a job submission, then the weighting is recalculated with 7 weights instead of 6; Depending on how you have the various other Fair Scheduler properties setup, then various fairness actions would be taken (i.e. preemption, preemption timeouts, etc).
> Is it going to any user based on the fail scheduler?
No, as mentioned above, if no jobs are running in the default pool, then it is not calculated within the resources being used; Only when there's a job submitted/running in that pool (default pool) is when it gets counted/calculated.
> Or is it being split 5:1 (production:development, respectively) between the active jobs in the other resource pools?