I am trying to find documentation for the following feature.
It is possible to configure the max concurrent job count on a per "job type" bases such that each job type definition can have its own max count assigned to it. If such a definition does not exist for a given job type, the system will catagorise the job as type "Default" and assign job instance counts to that allocation.
I am trying to see how to perform this configuration. Is it defined in the Compute Grid documentation?
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3 replies Latest Post - 2012-09-12T21:02:35Z by sspavan
Pinned topic Job Scheduler - JOBCLASSMAXCONCJOBS
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Updated on 2012-09-12T21:02:35Z at 2012-09-12T21:02:35Z by sspavan
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Re: Job Scheduler - JOBCLASSMAXCONCJOBS2012-09-03T20:24:08Z in response to SystemAdmin1. We need to define a jobclass, login to AdminConsole > System administration > Job scheduler > Job Classes. Create a new job class, ex: Test
2. In you xjcl specify the class created on the job statement.
<job xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="http://core.wcg.etools.ibm.com/xsd/xJCL.xsd" name="TestCI" class="Test" default-application-name="TestEAR">.
3. Once you run the job the JOBCLASSMAXCONCJOBS table will have new jobclass and the count associated to the class.
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Re: Job Scheduler - JOBCLASSMAXCONCJOBS2012-09-12T16:39:48Z in response to sspavanThank you sspan for your answer.
I am still trying to locate this information in product documenation (as apposed to wiki entries). Is there official documentation that describes this feature?