For example, you can disable a throttle for testing or to measure and trend normal throughput for a system without a hard limit.
A disabled workload can be a member of a workload group throttle. When you disable a group throttle, you disable the aggregate limit for all workload members, but not for individual workloads. Throttles defined for individual member workloads remain active until you remove them individually.
- From the ruleset toolbar, click Throttles.
- Under System Throttles, clear the ENABLED check box.
- Under Virtual Partition Throttles, clear the ENABLED check box.
- Under Workload Group Throttles, clear the ENABLED check box.
- Click Save.