Re: Adding UBE Queues on NT

Re: Adding UBE Queues on NT

Paul-

Your jde.ini creates a dual-threaded QB7332 queue instead of two different
queues. If you make UBEQueue2=QBATCH you should have two single-threaded
queues. If you make the queue name unique then make sure that it has a
value in Data Dictionary.

Refer to your settings in the [JDENET_KERNEL_DEFn] sections for the number
of kernel processes that spawn at startup.

Regards,
David



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JDEUsers,
I'm trying to add a second UBE on our Enterprise Server (NT
Machine). I modified the jde.ini as follows and rebooted but do not have
any
additional queue.
What am I missing?

[NETWORK QUEUE SETTINGS]
QEnv=PRD733
QUser=JDE
QPassword=***
QueueDelay=30
UBEPriority=5
JDENETTimeout=60
UBEQueues=2
UBEQueue1=QB7332
UBEQueue2=QB7332
PackageQueues=1
PKGQueue1=QB7332
SpecInstallQueues=1
SpcQueue1=QB7332
KillImmediate=1


The jde processes running on the server after the reboot are as follows: 9
*
jdenet_k.exe , 1 * jdesnet.exe , 1 * jdesque.exe. Does this sound correct
?

Many Thanks

Paul Gaynor



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Re: Adding UBE Queues on NT

Correction - queue name should be set up in UDC 98/JQ.

Sorry for any confusion....

Regards,
David



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Paul-

Your jde.ini creates a dual-threaded QB7332 queue instead of two different
queues. If you make UBEQueue2=QBATCH you should have two single-threaded
queues. If you make the queue name unique then make sure that it has a
value in Data Dictionary.

Refer to your settings in the [JDENET_KERNEL_DEFn] sections for the number
of kernel processes that spawn at startup.

Regards,
David



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JDEUsers,
I'm trying to add a second UBE on our Enterprise Server (NT
Machine). I modified the jde.ini as follows and rebooted but do not have
any
additional queue.
What am I missing?

[NETWORK QUEUE SETTINGS]
QEnv=PRD733
QUser=JDE
QPassword=***
QueueDelay=30
UBEPriority=5
JDENETTimeout=60
UBEQueues=2
UBEQueue1=QB7332
UBEQueue2=QB7332
PackageQueues=1
PKGQueue1=QB7332
SpecInstallQueues=1
SpcQueue1=QB7332
KillImmediate=1


The jde processes running on the server after the reboot are as follows: 9
*
jdenet_k.exe , 1 * jdesnet.exe , 1 * jdesque.exe. Does this sound correct
?

Many Thanks

Paul Gaynor



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DeRay_Scholz

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Re: Adding UBE Queues on NT

Paul,

Make sure in your JDE.INI, under the [JDENET] section, that your maxKernelProcesses= has a value greater than the sum of all of your
maxNumberOfProcesses= values listed under each kernel def.

P.S. - NT installs do not have Runoneworld scripts that need to be changed.

Here is an example of our setup:

[NETWORK QUEUE SETTINGS]
QEnv=PRD733
QUser=JDE
QPassword=******
QueueDelay=5
UBEPriority=5
JDENETTimeout=90
UBEQueues=7
UBEQueue1=QB7332
UBEQueue2=SBATCH
UBEQueue3=RBATCH
UBEQueue4=RBATB733
UBEQueue5=QB7332
UBEQueue6=TBATCH
UBEQueue7=QB7332
PackageQueues=1
PKGQueue1=QB7332
SpecInstallQueues=1
SpcQueue1=QB7332
KillImmediate=1


[JDENET]
netPgmName=jdenet_n
krnlPgmName=jdenet_k
serviceNameListen=6008
serviceNameConnect=6008
maxNetProcesses=5
maxNetConnections=400
maxKernelProcesses=50
maxKernelRanges=12

Hope this helps,
DeRay Scholz
The Upper Deck Company
b733.2 sp 11.1, nt, sql 7.0
 
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