Question: can i divide enterprise users to 2 pools

Dear Experts
wishing you all great day ,

in fact i do not have and issue , but it is a question related to license

i have a HP SM license of 50 Enterprise users , i need to divide it into 2 pools , the 2 pools will be assigned to 2 groups of users for example lets name them Team 1 , and Team 2 . both groups will access the same SM server

let me explain more the target we need to reach

Team 1 has 25 concurrent users
Team 2 has another 22 concurrent users
both of 2 groups accessing the system normally ,but We need to make sure that no additional employee with granted access to HPSM of Team 1 will login & use a 26th concurrent session. (or exceed the no 25 and may cause the Team 2 can not access HPSM)

is there any technical possibility to do so .

thanks in advance , apprentice you feed back as soon as possible

  • Use separate servlet and url for it.

    URL:
    server/.../ess.do

    CMD:
    sm -httpPort:12345 -log:../logs/debug13079_.log -debugnode:1

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  • Thanks for your kind reply

    can i set a maxumim number for connection per Servlet ? 

  • Optional parameters in sm.ini

    The following initialization parameters are optional.

    threadsperprocess:<value>
    preferredFQHN:<value>
    groupbindaddress:<value>


    threadsperprocess – Defines the maximum number of concurrent user sessions per Service Manager process. Use a value that maximizes the system resources of your Service Manager host. The recommended maximum value for the parameter threadsperprocess is 60. Usually the value of this parameter should be below 50.


    preferredFQHN – Specifies the fully qualified host name you want Service Manager clients to use when communicating with the server. Service Manager loadBalancer redirects client requests to the target host with the target host's "preferredFQHN." You only need to set this parameter if your Service Manager host is identified by multiple names in the network.


    groupbindaddress – Defines the TCP/IP address of the network adapter you want Service Manager processes to use to communicate with other processes in a horizontal scaling group. If your Service Manager hosts contain multiple network adapters, you must specify the IP address of the network adapter you want the horizontal scaling group to use with the "groupbindaddress" parameter.

  • Optional parameters in sm.ini

    The following initialization parameters are optional.

    threadsperprocess:<value>
    preferredFQHN:<value>
    groupbindaddress:<value>


    threadsperprocess – Defines the maximum number of concurrent user sessions per Service Manager process. Use a value that maximizes the system resources of your Service Manager host. The recommended maximum value for the parameter threadsperprocess is 60. Usually the value of this parameter should be below 50.


    preferredFQHN – Specifies the fully qualified host name you want Service Manager clients to use when communicating with the server. Service Manager loadBalancer redirects client requests to the target host with the target host's "preferredFQHN." You only need to set this parameter if your Service Manager host is identified by multiple names in the network.


    groupbindaddress – Defines the TCP/IP address of the network adapter you want Service Manager processes to use to communicate with other processes in a horizontal scaling group. If your Service Manager hosts contain multiple network adapters, you must specify the IP address of the network adapter you want the horizontal scaling group to use with the "groupbindaddress" parameter.

  • Optional parameters in sm.ini

    The following initialization parameters are optional.

    threadsperprocess:<value>
    preferredFQHN:<value>
    groupbindaddress:<value>


    threadsperprocess – Defines the maximum number of concurrent user sessions per Service Manager process. Use a value that maximizes the system resources of your Service Manager host. The recommended maximum value for the parameter threadsperprocess is 60. Usually the value of this parameter should be below 50.


    preferredFQHN – Specifies the fully qualified host name you want Service Manager clients to use when communicating with the server. Service Manager loadBalancer redirects client requests to the target host with the target host's "preferredFQHN." You only need to set this parameter if your Service Manager host is identified by multiple names in the network.


    groupbindaddress – Defines the TCP/IP address of the network adapter you want Service Manager processes to use to communicate with other processes in a horizontal scaling group. If your Service Manager hosts contain multiple network adapters, you must specify the IP address of the network adapter you want the horizontal scaling group to use with the "groupbindaddress" parameter.