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A Siebel Server task is an instantiation of a Siebel Server component. To run a Siebel Server task, you need to run a component job, which requests one or more Siebel Server tasks to run. For information on component jobs, see Siebel System Administration Guide.
Each Siebel Server record has three fields in which the Siebel Server status appears (Table 5).
Siebel Server Task IDs identify Siebel Server tasks and are referenced in various views of the GUI as well as in both Siebel Server and component log files. These identification numbers can help you locate individual tasks and their applicable log files. See About Siebel Server Log Files for details on event logging and log files.
Task IDs are assigned sequentially from each Siebel Server for each Siebel Server task beginning at 1. Each time the Siebel Server is restarted, Task ID numbers are increased by 1000. The maximum task ID number that can be assigned is 262144 (256*1024). After the maximum task ID number is reached, the task ID number begins again at 1.
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