Sunday, January 16, 2011

What is TENACITY? What is its default value?

What is TENACITY? What is its default value?
Answer

TENACITY specifies the amount of time in hours, to retry to obtain a loader slot or to establish all requested sessions to logon. The default for Fast Load is “no tenacity”, meaning that it will not retry at all. If several FastLoad jobs are executed at the same time, we recommend setting the TENACITY to 4, meaning that the system will continue trying to logon for the number of sessions requested for up to four hours.

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