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why does "waiting for parallel task" take up a queue slot?
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on Jul 17, 2017
on Jul 18, 2017 by SamahSohrab607228
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We have a job that has 10 executions waiting for parallel task. These 10 jobs are taking up Active Queue slots. Is this a bug or a setting that we can fix?
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Jul 18, 2017 7:57 AM
Thats behavior by design - and in my opinion its logical that a job checks for queue slots and afterwards for parallel clause.
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Jul 18, 2017 11:40 PM
I think it should be the opposite. If a job is waiting to run for ANY reason, then it shouldn't take up a queue slot.
It makes no logical sense to me that a job that is in a "waiting" state should be taking the position of an "active" job. Currently, the Active c_period objects don't take up a queue slot and those have a status of "active"
If you want the process to stay similarly the same then it should be AE checks a queue slot, then checks max parallelism, and then removes the job from the queue if it is stuck waiting (or it opens a queue slot).
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