maximum-concurrent-jobs

Defines an upper limit for the number of jobs that this actual destination can process at a time.

GUI label

Maximum concurrent jobs

DSS

All

Type

Resettable, single-valued

Allowed Values

AIX
You can enter an integer from 1 through 9.
BSD
You can enter an integer from 1 through 9.
CUPS
You can enter an integer from 1 through 9.
InfoPrint 2000
You can enter an integer from 1 through 99.
PSF
You can enter an integer from 1 through 150.
Note: When you are using a PSF other-driver attached actual destination, the maximum value is 9.
Email
You can enter an integer from 1 through 99.
Passthrough
You can enter an integer from 1 through 9.
IPP
You can enter an integer from 1 through 9.

Default Value

AIX
2
BSD
1
CUPS
1
InfoPrint 2000
12
PSF other-driver attached actual destinations
2
PSF command-attached actual destinations
1
Other PSF actual destinations
4
Email
12
Passthrough
1
IPP
1

Usage Guidelines

  • You can use this attribute to tune your InfoPrint system to efficiently use your destination resources.
  • When you are using two interoperating InfoPrint Transform Manager servers with InfoPrint Manager, set maximum-concurrent-jobs to 8 to benefit from load balancing between the InfoPrint Transform Manager servers. This number needs to be increased as the number of interoperating InfoPrint Transform Manager servers increases.
  • If you print mostly small jobs to a continuous form printer, such as the InfoPrint 5000 printer, increase the value of the maximum-concurrent-jobs actual destination attribute to 120. This reduces the lag time between jobs and eliminates clutching.