Maximum step count for other steps

Specifies how many non-resource-intensive steps the application or secondary server allows to run concurrently.

Format:

Data type

Integer 0–999; 0 means that the application or secondary server does not allow any non-resource-intensive steps to run.

Default

5

Database name

Instance.MaxLowUsageSteps

Usage notes:

  • The Concurrent step limit step template property controls whether a step template, and any steps that are created from it, are considered resource-intensive in performance. In the legacy user interface, the property has a different label: Requires significant server resource.
  • To control the number of non-resource-intensive steps that can run on the primary server of the Ricoh ProcessDirector system, set the Maximum step count for other steps system property.
  • If Maximum resource-intensive step count is set to 0, the Maximum step count for other steps property value for this server cannot also be 0.
 
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