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[OO Tip] What is the number of concurrent runs can be triggered in a minute?

Problem:

When trying to schedule more than 180 jobs in Operations Orchestration (OO) the remainder go to 'disabled'

A requirement of triggering 7000 concurrent runs in one minute. However only 180 are being accepted. The rest are all going to disable state.

 

What is the number of concurrent runs can be triggered in a minute?

Is there any solution to increase the number of runs and saving those scheduled jobs from getting disabled?

 

Solution:

The solution to overcome the schedulers disabling the remainder runs:

 

The maximum number of child runs that can created by parallel steps.

dharma.runengine.parallel.max.runs=1500

 

The maximum number of threads that can be created by parallel steps.

dharma.runengine.parallel.max.threads=1500

 

Direct link to the document here:

 

http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM00768292

HP Support
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