- Red Hat Satellite 6.2.
- What parameters should be set to run Remote Jobs to prevent overload of the system resources in case of a large number of hosts?
- Concurrency level defines the maximum number of jobs executed at once, which can prevent overload of systems resources in a case of executing the job on a large number of hosts.
- Time span defines a time interval in seconds after which the job should be killed if it is not finished already. A task which could not be started during the defined interval.
- Concurrency level and Time span settings enable you to tailor job execution to fit your infrastructure hardware and needs as per requirements.
Navigating to the path shown below will show advanced setting for the jobs:-
WebUI >> Monitor >> Jobs >> Run Job >> Show Advanced Fields >> Concurrency level/TimeSpan.
Refer to documentation for more detailed information on Remote Execution.
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