I think you have a documentation cross-wire there.....
The 2950 is the only switch that has the strict priority queue enabled with the global command 'wrr-queue bandwidth' and setting the 4th queues weight to 0.
It looks like you have a 3550 switch there (based on the output). For a 3550 (and a 3750) you enable the ergress expedite queue with the interface command 'priority-queue out'. The 3550 & 3750 are different again though as the strict priority queues are the opposite way around (Q1 on 3750 & Q4 on 3550).
I suggest you check your documentation sources.....
it uses a priority-queue out command ( applicable to (3550 / 3560 / 3750/2970 ) but uses Weighted round robin queues . 3750 / 3560 and 2970 use Shaped round robin queues and there are no wrr commands there.
The weight for the 4th queue has no meaning once you enable priorit-queue out command.
See how queue 4 mentions that weight only applies when priority queue is disabled. Sinc eyou have priority queue enabled , the weight for queue 4 does not matter and it becomes a "service until empty" queue.
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