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Subj:   Priority Scheduler - performance groups in AccountName
From:   David Wellman

Hi folks,

I'm looking at the Priority Scheduler settings and want to know;

(1) given that the default performance groups are $M, $L etc etc and that these do not have to have a trailing '$' sign in the AccountName value, what does Teradata do if the Accountname has a value of '$Radical$...' coded starting in column 1? Is this treated as being part of the 'Radical' performance group or as part of the default resource partition with a priority of 'rush'?

(2) Can you mix the default performance groups and user-defined ones? For instance, if an AccountName value is '$R$myperfgroup$...'starting in column 1 is the '$R' or the '$myperfgroup$' honoured?

I've checked through the manuals and found a lot of info but not what happens if a customer site uses some non-standard values.

I may have end up doing some testing (I'll share the results if I do) but some pointers would be useful. All help appreciated.



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