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how to check the maximum threads/threads set for inventory job ?

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The inventory discovery job  schedule interval is 14 days but the invocations are happening daily .

need to check why the invocations are happening daily . is it because the trigger count is so large that the job is taking more than 14days to complete .

so would like to know how to view the threads set for the inventory job , so that I can calculate the time it is taking to complete the job ?

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Re: how to check the maximum threads/threads set for inventory job ?

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I got it .
you can check in the Adapter Management --> InventoryDiscoveryByScanner --> Adapter Configuration

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I got it .
you can check in the Adapter Management --> InventoryDiscoveryByScanner --> Adapter Configuration

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Re: how to check the maximum threads/threads set for inventory job ?

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Hi Pankaj,

 

normally the job takes more than 14 days to complete, because this is the timeout set for the steps and if the server is not accessible, it will retry for 14 days before it times out. That is why the job is set to run one time for 14 days. It is nothing to do with threads.

 

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