An ARM is a time-based flow rate rule. These are ARM rule attributes:
|Time Unit||Time period for request rate (second, minute, hour).|
|Limit||Maximum request rate per time unit (3 requests per minute).|
|Qualify Time||Number of seconds that the current ARM rate must continuously remain at or above the limit before action is taken. A zero value means action is immediately taken as soon as the limit is reached.|
|Qualification||Common classification criteria (Request Source, Query Characteristics, Target, and Query Band) can be specified to target specific types of requests (user, application, table scans, processing time, and so on).|
|Action||Rule action performed when Limit and Qualify Time conditions are met. Actions include Delay, Reject, and Logging (warning mode).
Limit, Reject, and Delay action attributes are state-dependent values.
Logging (warning mode) is similar to that of Filters. See Warning Mode.
For more information, see Teradata Vantage™ - Application Programming Reference, B035-1090 and Teradata Viewpoint Workload Designer in Teradata® Viewpoint User Guide, B035-2206.