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- System configuration parameters
- Service Manager Server and Web Tier configuration files
- System parameters
- Web tier parameters
- Enter a parameter in the web client URL
- Enter a parameter in the sm.ini file
- Enter a parameter in the web.xml file
- Enter a parameter in the webtier.properties files
- Enter a parameter in sm.cfg or the server’s OS command prompt
- View parameters by function
- Alert parameters
- Application development parameters
- Background and scheduled process parameters
- Client parameters for Web clients
- Client parameters for Windows clients
- Connection parameters
- Database parameters
- Debugging parameters
- Help parameters
- Information retrieval (IR) expert parameters
- LDAP parameters
- Localization parameters
- Regional settings parameters
- Security parameters
- Servlet parameters
- SSL parameters
- System information parameters
- System performance parameters
Background and scheduled process parameters
The following table lists the startup parameters that you can set from the HPE Service Manager server's operating system command prompt or from the Service Manager initialization file (sm.ini).
These parameters set features for background and scheduled processes.
|Startup parameter||Brief description|
|Special parameters: bg||Causes the Service Manager server to mark all background process as SYSTEM processes|
|Parameter: deadnodelocktimeout||Specifies the amount of time that must elapse before a process forcibly removes a lock from the Lock or LockShared table|
|Special parameters: sleep||Defines the number of seconds that the Information Retrieval (IR) queue process waits between updates|
|Special parameters: sync||Starts the synchronization process, which identifies and removes locks owned by inactive processes and shared memory|
|Special parameters: synctime||Defines the number of seconds the sync process waits before identifying and removing locks owned by defunct processes and shared memory|
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