Was recently instructed via case management to change the scheduler to use SCHED_DEFAULT and turn queuing on for DEFAULT. Before the change to SCHED_DEFAULT, I was using DEFAULT with a max of 40 and queuing off. I was told to do this because I'm running a lot of flows simultaneously. Parameters for the SCHED_DEFAULT service are set by default to...
Obviously upping the max will effect machine memory. If I up the max_q to, say 40, will that have adverse affects? I'm already limiting the number of flows in my parallel groups, just wanting to have a little more wiggle room.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Chuck Wolff,
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Since there have been no repsonses on Focal Point I would suggest you update your case with techsupport and get additional guidance from them on these settings.
Chuck Wolff - Focal Point Moderator
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First, upping the max will not affect the memory until you are using the agents. If you have a number ready of 2 and a max or 40, only 2 agents are running and therefore using system resources. This is just a potential to use 38 more agents if needed.
The max q just affects the queue manager. The queue manager uses minimal resources, so you can punch it up and you will probably not witness any noticeable system resource usage.
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