This documentation supports the 9.0 version of Remedy Action Request System.

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AR System server threads

The term thread is short for thread of execution. Threads enable the server to process concurrent client requests. Each thread within the multithreaded server can carry out a client request before returning to the queue to process the next one. Start only as many threads as your database and system resources can reasonably support. The total number of threads cannot exceed the number of database connections available to the AR System server.

All threads within a process share network and system resources; therefore, consider carefully the available resources of your system and network when establishing the minimum and maximum thread settings for your server queues.

BMC Remedy AR System uses the following types of threads:

For more information about tuning AR System servers, see Tuning the AR System server.

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