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How to control queues for performance tuning

I would like to allocate individual queues in SMQR to a specific server group (not logon group).

The goal is that I want to control how many workprocess are allocated to different queues.

eg 80% of workprocesses to RFC Server group PRIORITY1 (RZ12)

20% to RFC server group REST

Each queue is then allocated to one or other the 2 server groups.

SMQR seems to only have single rfc server group for the entire scheduler process.

Did I miss something here ?

Any ideas on how to control queues so that message processing and the available workprocesses to a queue is controlled.

Yes I have read

https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/59e837d3-0201-0010-c096-dc1869733413

This is a very rough round about way to control workprocesses.

It also doesnt seem to offer the option to give absolute priority to certain message types. ie.

Always process message of type X first.

regardless of how many entries are in queue.

How do you achieve strict prioritization.

regards

Phil.

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    Aug 17, 2007 at 04:30 AM
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    Aug 17, 2007 at 07:34 AM

    Max size isnt a direct solution.

    so no absolute queue control then.

    Only queue influence.

    The documents seem to confirm no direct control is possible. Just scheduler guidance.

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