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Configure the Number of Workers for the Server and Engine

Configure the number of workers for a server and an engine by adding server configurations.
If you experience performance issues, check the
workers.log
file to check if all workers are busy. Before increasing worker count, verify that there is enough CPU to handle the additional workers. You can configure the number of workers both for the server and engine or separately.
  1. To configure the number of workers for the Server, do the following:
    1. Select
      Settings
      About
      Troubleshooting
      Add Server Configuration
      .
    2. Add the following key and value:
      Task
      Value
      workers.count.Tasks
      Number of workers for the server.
      Default: 4 workers per CPU core.
  2. To configure the number of workers for the engine, do the following:
    1. Go to
      Settings
      Integrations
      Engines
      .
    2. Select the engine checkbox you want to define the number of workers.
    3. Click
      Edit Configuration
      .
    4. In the
      JSON formatted configuration
      field, add the following engine configuration in JSON format:
      Parameter
      Value
      workers.count.engines
      Defines the number of workers for all engines across the system. This will override any other engine-worker configurations. Default is 4 workers per CPU core.
      workers.per.cpu
      Defines the number of workers per engine CPU. By default, each CPU has 4 workers, meaning that for an engine machine with 20 CPU, there will be 80 workers.

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