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iampranavpg
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Code Map Refresh / Driver processing in parallel

Hi ,

Just want if code map refresh in IDM 4.7 will impact the normal driver operations(add.modify).

We have around 50K group entitlements in provisioning view table . Currently the code map refresh happens only on weekends , when no other operations are performed.

Just want to know what if i want the code map refresh to happen every day . Will it impact the driver operation or both can run in parallel.

Thanks,
Pranav
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Re: Code Map Refresh / Driver processing in parallel

On 4/8/2019 2:54 PM, iampranavpg wrote:
>
> Hi ,
>
> Just want if code map refresh in IDM 4.7 will impact the normal driver
> operations(add.modify).
>
> We have around 50K group entitlements in provisioning view table .
> Currently the code map refresh happens only on weekends , when no other
> operations are performed.
>
> Just want to know what if i want the code map refresh to happen every
> day . Will it impact the driver operation or both can run in parallel.


In IDM 4.7 and for drivers that support it, there is a third channel
(Fourth? Guess is it threads or channels?) in some Shims. (AD, JDBC I
think are the only ones in 4.7 so far, but could be wrong).

So Sub and Pub channel process independant, so I was thinking those are
2 channels, but as much channels as threads.

Then in 4.6 (4.5?) they added Priority Sync, which adds a second
Subscriber side cache, so things like password events can jump the
queue. But I THINK that still uses the same channel/thread? (Can
someone confirm which case it really uses?)

Then in 4.7 they added a new thread for things like code map refreshes,
and the CPRS stuff.


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iampranavpg
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Re: Code Map Refresh / Driver processing in parallel

thanks , will test this by doing a bulk provisioning during code map refresh
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