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Siebel Server parameters set the attributes of each Siebel Server. These parameters are either used by the Siebel Server for its own operation, such as Shutdown Wait Time, or inherited by the components assigned to that Siebel Server.
The entire set of parameters for a given Siebel Server is a combination of the enterprise parameters inherited from the enterprise, and those specified when the Siebel Server is installed. Either type may be modified for any given Siebel Server.
By default, if Siebel Server-level parameters are changed, any future configurations to Siebel Enterprise Server-level parameters do not cascade down to the Siebel Server parameter level for that particular parameter. To restore this functionality, see To delete a Siebel Server parameter override.
New values for Siebel Server-level dynamic parameters (parameters marked as Effective Immediately) set using the Server Manager apply to subsequently started tasks, unless these values are overridden at a lower level.
New values for static parameters, parameters not marked Effective Immediately, do not apply to subsequently started tasks until you stop and restart the Siebel Server System Service. For both fixed and static parameters, the Server Manager views continue to show both the current value and the value upon Siebel Server restart.
To modify parameters using the command-line interface, see Parameter Management Commands.
See About Siebel System Parameters for background information on other Siebel system parameters.
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