Concurrent step limit
- Use limits set here
- The number of instances of the step that can run at the same time is controlled by
the values set below.
Specify the numbers of steps in the Steps field and select a type of device from the for each list. The number of steps that can run concurrently is equal to the specified number of steps multiplied by the total number of the selected device type that exist in the system.
- Integer from 1-99
- for each
- Input device
- Includes all input devices of all types, even if they are not enabled or connected.
- Includes all defined printers, even if they are not enabled.
- Includes only secondary and application servers, not the primary server.
- Includes only the primary server. If you choose this option, the number of concurrent steps is the number entered in the Steps field.
- Use limits set on server
- The number of instances of the step that can run at the same time is controlled by the Maximum resource-intensive step count property set on the server object. If the step runs on the primary server, set the property on the System Settings page. If the step runs on another server, set the property on the Server property notebook.
- Selecting Use limits set on server sets the StepTemplate.HighResourceUsage property value to Yes. Selecting Use limits set here sets the StepTemplate.HighResourceUsage property value to No.
- The values entered in the Steps for each controls set the StepTemplate.MaximumActiveCount and StepTemplate.MaximumActiveUnit properties.