15.10 - Viewing Priority Scheduler Settings - Teradata Workload Analyzer

Teradata Workload Analyzer User Guide

prodname
Teradata Workload Analyzer
vrm_release
15.10
category
User Guide
featnum
B035-2514-035K

1 Choose from the following:

  • To view information for a specific RP, select the appropriate RP in the RP Name list box of the Existing PSA Setting tab.
  • To change the associated period, select an appropriate period name in the OpEnv list box.
  • To display or modify the details for the selected period, click OpEnv Details.
  • When the appropriate RP appears, notice that the tab displays the following information from the original PDSet.

     

    Option

    Description

    RP Name

    The RP name associated with the PDSet

    PG Name

    The performance group in the corresponding resource partition

    PG Status

    The performance group status as active (the PG currently has active processes) or inactive (the PG currently has no processes active). To change the status, click or clear the check box as appropriate.

    Account

    The account string associated with the RP and PG

    Milestone

    The performance period type associated with the milestone in the PDSet

    Allocation Group

    The allocation group associated with each performance period. Multiple columns appear for each performance period, starting with PerformancePeriod1

    Milestone Value

    The milestone limit defined for the performance period in the PDSet

    AG Weights

    Displays allocation group weights for the resource partition in the Existing Priority Scheduler Weights dialog box

    Convert

    Displays the converted PDSets as workload definitions in the Migrated TASM Settings dialog box

    Convert by Account

    Converts the PDSets as workload definitions based on Accounts.

    Note: If the number of workloads exceeds the maximum when this option is selected, an error message (62218) prompts you to exclude some accounts from the conversion or to try to create the workloads by PG instead.

    Convert by Performance Group

    Converts the PDSets as workload definitions based on Performance Groups.

    Note: If the number of workloads exceeds the maximum when this option is selected, an error message (62218) prompts you to exclude some PGs from the conversion.

    Close

    Closes the dialog box.

    2 To see allocation group weights for the resource partition, click AG Weights.

    The Existing Priority Scheduler Weights dialog box appears displaying:

  • PDSet name
  • OpEnv name
  • Resource partition name
  • Resource partition weight
  • Allocation group name
  • Allocation group weight
  • Relative weight
  • 3 When you are finished reviewing the settings, click Close.