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- Server performance tuning
- Scheduled restart of Service Manager processes
- Defining batch sizes in the counters file
- Defining record identifiers in batches using the numbers file
- Lock Management
- Scheduled processes
- Access the schedule file
- Add an agent to the startup agent record
- Configure the alert periodic schedule record
- Create an anubis agent record
- Create an anubis schedule record
- Restart stopped background processes automatically
- Start a scheduled process
- Stop a process
- Unlock a deadlocked resource
- Scheduled processes
- Shared memory
You can start RAD applications, known as scheduled processes, as unattended background processes. Scheduled processes are also known as background agents, schedulers, processors, and background tasks. Scheduled processes run at set intervals and check for specific conditions before executing a RAD application. Each scheduled process has one or more schedule records that determine the conditions that must be met for the RAD application to run. You can start scheduled processes from the Scheduler form.
Note: There can be only one kmupdate process running at any time. Starting more than one kmupdate process causes unpredictable behavior on the search engine server.
Add an agent to the startup agent record
Configure the alert periodic schedule record
Create an anubis agent record
Create an anubis schedule record
Restart stopped background processes automatically
Start a scheduled process
Stop a process
Save system monitor information