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Subj:   Re: Configuring the Performance Periods of Priority scheduler
From:   Ballinger, Carrie

Hi Denis,

The "time" milestone limit is used in Priority Scheduler consistently to represent the end time, whether you are on V2R3, V2R4 or V2R5.

One point I would like to add about V2R5 is that with that release you have available Priority Scheduler Adminstrator (PSA), under the Teradata Manager umbrella. PSA is a GUI front end to the schmon utility that will help you make these types of definitions in a simpler and friendlier manner.

PSA also has a help function, so if you have these kinds of questions pop into your mind when you are in the midst of changing or defining your settings, or you just want to be sure about the meaning of something, the online help should be a big benefit.

Thanks, --Carrie

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