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Caching of NoInput Rules in a Multi Server Environment - Application Startup Performance Issue (Doc ID 1057983.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 14, 2019

Applies to:

Hyperion Financial Management - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


There is a time lag between when a Hyperion Financial Management (HFM)  application starts up and loads (caches) the NoInput rules on the primary application server in a multi-server environment, and when the other remaining servers can begin to cache the same NoInput rules for the same application.

The primary server completes caching the entire NoInput rules before it releases a lock which allows the secondary servers to begin to cache.   The secondary servers then cache the rules simultaneously, and when they are complete the application is ready to be accessed on all servers.

In situations where the NoInput rules take 5-10 minutes or more to cache, this means the total time to startup HFM on multiple application servers and for all those servers to be ready to service requests can be 10-20 minutes


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