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Message Posted: Mon, 29 Jan 2007 @ 19:57:09 GMT
| Subj: || || Re: Throttle load utility |
| From: || || Ballinger, Carrie |
There is an ability (in V2R6.0.2 and beyond) to define "utility throttles" through TDWM. Be aware if you define TDWM utility throttles, and
any of the utility you have defined are in effect, then the MaxLoadTask DBS Control setting will not be enforced. One of the advantages of
using utility throttles is that you can limit concurrency by type of load utility and by time of day.
But in answer to your original question, it works the same as Jim described in his response. There is no delaying of load jobs, whether
utility throttles are used or not. The user who submitted the job that would exceed the limit gets a 2633 error message and the job will not be
allowed to start.