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PostPosted: 07 Apr 2011 5:09 
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Hi,
How many jobs can Control-M run per day? Is there a suggested limit for each CTM Server?

Rumours seem to suggest 20,000 jobs per CTM server per day.

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PostPosted: 14 Apr 2011 8:16 
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We are running nearly 90,000 jobs per day on one data center (Control-M server). We are running Control-M 6.3 on UNIX with an Oracle 10 database. Most of these are short running cyclic jobs. Most are running on just two agents.

We did run into an issue a couple of years ago where we had to convert the agent connections from transient to persistent in order to handle the volume. (per BMC recommendations on numerious severity 1 outage calls.)


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Depends on the server used but you should also bear in mind that "not all jobs are created equal" ... if your job uses priorities, lots of in/out conditions, calendars, resources and sets lots of variables then you'll find it loads the system a lot more than running a simple command line.

Most people find that the length of the User Daily becomes an issue before the server capacity.


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