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Checking Your Enterprise and Siebel Server Configurations
One of the main objectives of your enterprise and Siebel Server configurations is to make sure server components are properly configured and ready to execute tasks. Check the following bullet list to make sure you meet the necessary configuration conditions for this objective:
If the previously listed conditions are true, the Siebel Server allocates resources (space in shared memory and a public port) for the server component to use when the Siebel Server starts.
Additionally, check the following run-time conditions:
If the previously listed conditions are true, the Siebel Server marks the server component ready (available) for starting new tasks and performs any additional steps necessary, for example, the starting of shells if the server component is multithreaded. The number of multithreaded shells started is governed by the parameter Min MT Servers (alias MinMTServers). If the server component is a background mode component, it starts the background number of tasks governed by the parameter Default Tasks (alias DfltTasks).