The Provider Services configuration properties are available in the Essbase web interface to help you manage network timeout parameters.
You can set the values for Provider Services configurations in the Console. See Set Provider Services Configuration Properties.
Sets the maximum number of parallel jobs that may be run.
n—Specifies the number of active jobs that Essbase can run in parallel. The default is 10.
Jobs are operations you can run from the Essbase web interface. Jobs include loading data, building dimensions, exporting cubes, running MaxL scripts, running calculations, and clearing data. Jobs are asynchronous, meaning they are run in the background as a unique thread. Each job has a unique id.
This property is case-sensitive, so be sure to specify its name just as shown in the example.
Specifies the number of times an API can retry a unsuccessful network operation before failing and reporting an error. If olap.server.netSocketTryInfinite is set to true, then olap.server.netRetryCount is ineffective.
n—An integer value. The default is 600 retries. Every five tries gives a timeout of one second. The default value, 600, gives a timeout of two minutes.
Sets the maximum time that an Essbase network operation (read/write) can be blocked before the operation I/O times out.
n—Specifies the number of miliseconds an Essbase network operation can be blocked before the operation I/O times out.
Note:This value affects overall request timeout behavior and should not be changed arbitrarily.
Specifies whether the client will keep trying infinitely on a network operation. If set to true, then olap.server.netRetryCount is ineffective. The default is false.
Defines the interval at which Essbase polls the Essbase nodes in active-active (read only) clusters to see if the nodes are down or active.
n—The interval, in seconds, at which Essbase polls the Essbase nodes in active-active (read only) clusters to see if the nodes are down or active. The default interval is 30s.