15.10 - Defining Enforcement Priorities - Teradata Workload Analyzer

Teradata Workload Analyzer User Guide

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

1 Select Rule Set > Workload to AG Mapping.

The Set Enforcement Priority dialog box appears.

2 In the Set Enforcement Priority dialog box, click the workload to be modified and drag it to the enforcement priority row.

To hide workloads that have already been assigned enforcement priorities, click the Show Only Unassigned Workloads check box.

The following table describes the available mapping options:

 

Table 14: Mapping options

Option

Description

State

Displays the state of the system. State is a composite of system condition and operating environment. The default state is Base, which represents the mapping of Normal and Always.

Category of Work

With this option selected, Teradata WA recommends standard resource partition and allocation group weights. Click Reload if this option is reset.

Subject Area Resource Division

Select this option if RP weights are already defined and Teradata WA will recommend only allocation group weights. Click Reload if this option is reset.

Note: This option is not available if the workloads are Tactical or Priority.

RP Name

The name of the resource partition automatically applied to the workload.

RP Weight

The RP weight allocated to the workload. This cannot be changed without changing the enforcement priority.

AG Name

The name of AG applied to the workload.

AG Weight

The AG weight allocated to the workload. This cannot be changed without changing the enforcement priority.

Relative Weight

The relative weight associated with the workload. This can be changed without changing the enforcement priority.

Enforcement Priority

Displays the currently assigned enforcement priority for the selected workload. To change the assignment, click Change Enforcement Priority and modify the Set Enforcement Priority dialog box.

Assigned Workloads

Displays the names of the workload associated with the enforcement priority. Note that more than one workload can be allocated to a particular enforcement priority and allocation group.

3 After making the appropriate changes, click OK.

This causes the Workload-Allocation Group Mapping dialog box to appear, where the method of priority-setting can be selected and the resource partitions and allocation groups can be modified.

4 In the Workload-Allocation Group Mapping dialog box, view the displayed values.

To display the default RP information in the dialog box, click the Show Default RP check box.

5 Click OK to accept values or Cancel to discard them and start over.

Note: The enforcement priority for a workload can be modified from the Attributes dialog box under Candidate Workloads.