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E-PRCS: Processes remain Queued on Non-LoadBalanced/Non-Redistributing servers (Doc ID 1148674.1)

Last updated on MARCH 12, 2021

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise PT PeopleTools - Version 8.46 to 8.51 [Release 8.4]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The Master Scheduler does not manage a separate thread for Non-Load Balanced/Non-Redistributing Servers. Instead, there is one thread for process assignment. Processes submitted to a Non-Load Balanced/Non-Redistributing Server must still wait in a Queued status until their proper turn according to a single threaded model.

When a PSJob is submitted and in Processing status to one server, processes submitted to a different server are queued until the first server's processes of the same Process Type are below the Max Concurrent for that Process Type.

For example: PSJob with 30 AEs is submitted to PSNT with MaxConcurrent=5. Simultaneously 1 AE Process is submitted to PSUNX, but this remains queued until only 4 AEs on PSNT remain queued on PSNT. Then the 1 AE submitted to PSUNX initiates. PSUNX has "Do Not LoadBalance" and "Do not Redistribute" so its queue should process separately and should not wait.
* System Load Balancing option is "Assign to Server in Any OS."
* PSUNX Server definition is "Do Not LoadBalance" and "Do not Redistribute".
* Behavior found for AE and SQR Reports.


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