Pacific Development limitations

Posted by dziugasj on 29-Apr-2015 04:28

What are limitations of Pacific Development version compared to Production ?

I am interested from performance side. How many MS Agents and Sessions are allowed for Development version ?

Posted by Bill Wood on 29-Apr-2015 06:08
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  >>> “Terminology…5 concurrent client requests”
 
This is the number of requests that can run in parallel – that can actively have ABL code running simultaneously.    The request is bound to a session when it runs, but after running, the sessions can be kept in memory.  So you can have more sessions than concurrent connections.
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I am little bit confused with terminology.

By "5 concurrent client requests" you mean 5 sessions can be managed by MS Agent ? O there can be more sessions, but only 5 can run parallel ?

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Posted by Satya Prasad on 29-Apr-2015 04:46
Major difference I can think of:
 
Development Server is limited to 1 agent at max
Development Server is limited to 5 concurrent requests only
 
Also, I think there is no restriction on ABL Sessions for Development Server.
 
Whereas there is no limit on MS Agents/concurrent requests for Production Server.
 
Hope this helps
 
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Posted by Michael Jacobs on 29-Apr-2015 04:46

The development server is limited to running 5 concurrent client requests.   We do not count Agents because we expect that in most situations more than one Agent OS process per PAS for OE instance will not be necessary.  That is in comparison to the production version that whose limit is only limited by the OS's hardware and process limits.  

The UNIX development server is not secured - meaning the OS file permissions are open to any user.  The UNIX production server will set OS file permissions to protect the instance from most user accounts and eliminate remote administration that can open the server and its applications to attacks.


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What are limitations of Pacific Development version compared to Production ?

I am interested from performance side. How many MS Agents and Sessions are allowed for Development version ?

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Posted by dziugasj on 29-Apr-2015 05:58

I am little bit confused with terminology.

By "5 concurrent client requests" you mean 5 sessions can be managed by MS Agent ? O there can be more sessions, but only 5 can run parallel ?

Posted by Bill Wood on 29-Apr-2015 06:08
WRT
  >>> “Terminology…5 concurrent client requests”
 
This is the number of requests that can run in parallel – that can actively have ABL code running simultaneously.    The request is bound to a session when it runs, but after running, the sessions can be kept in memory.  So you can have more sessions than concurrent connections.
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I am little bit confused with terminology.

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Posted by dziugasj on 29-Apr-2015 06:20

Thank you.

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