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Excluding classes and datasets for processing Dashboard parameters

You can configure classes and datasets that will be excluded while processing KPIs and Datasources utility.



FunctionParameter

Description

Exclude classes and datasets for Data sources processing



Exclude overlay dataset ProcessingIf set to True, does not process overlay dataset instances.

Exclude Datasets

While processing data sources, specify the datasets to be excluded from datasources utility processing.

Exclude Classes

Specify the classes in a datasource to be excluded for processing.

Exclude classes for KPI processing

Completeness: Exclude ClassesSpecify the classes to be excluded while processing instances for completeness.
Duplicates: Exclude ClassesSpecify the classes to be excluded while processing instances for duplicate CIs.
Orphans: Exclude Classes Specify the classes to be excluded while processing instances for orphan CIs.
Process duplicate CIs

Enable Duplicate Processing

If this check box is selected, enable the processing of all CIs for duplicates when the Dashboard utility is run in the KPI mode.

If this check box is not selected, the Dashboard utility does not record details of duplicates and the Dashboard does not display this information.

Best practice

When you run the utility for the first time while enabling the processing of duplicate CIs , the execution time may be substantial, affecting database performance. We recommend that you run this utility for the first time during non-peak hours.

Number of Classes to Process ConcurrentlySpecify the number of threads the dashboard utility creates to process classes for duplicate CIs. Each thread processes duplicate CIs in one class. The default value is 3 and maximum limit is 10.
Number of Reader Threads per Class

Enter the Number of reader threads per class that the Dashboard Utility must spawn to find out duplicates per CDM class.

The default value is 2 and maximum value is 10.

Number of processor threads per class

Specify the number of threads that the dashboard utility creates to identify duplicates that the reader threads have retrieved.

The default value is 2 and maximum value is 10.

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