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About Siebel Enterprise Server Parameters

Enterprise parameters set the attributes of the entire Siebel Enterprise Server. These parameters are initially set when the Siebel Enterprise Server is created. Each Siebel Server installed in the Siebel Enterprise Server inherits these enterprise parameters. Many of the parameters that can be set at the enterprise level are server or subsystem parameters, which can then be modified or overridden on each Siebel Server.

For example, if a Siebel environment contains multiple Siebel Servers, and the component parameters Maximum MT Servers (alias MaxMTServers) and Maximum Tasks (alias MaxTasks) are set at the enterprise level for a specific component with the values 5 and 100, respectively, then each Siebel Server in the environment runs this specific component with a maximum 5 server processes (MaxMTServers) and a maximum 100 tasks (MaxTasks). The values 100 and 5 do not apply to the enterprise as a whole but provide values for each instance of the component on an individual Siebel Server.

NOTE:  Setting parameters at the enterprise level sets generic parameters used by all Siebel Servers and components across the enterprise. To set component-specific parameters for all components across an enterprise, configure the component definition parameters.

See About Siebel System Parameters for background information on other Siebel system parameters.

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