Initial Agent Schedule data instances

The Pega Platform includes the following standard agents rules. When the system is first started on a node, agent schedule data instances are generated automatically from the agents rules. You cannot update the standard agents rules, but you can override or adjust their configuration settings by updating the corresponding generated agent schedules.

With the exception of the agents listed in the Pega-ProCom agents rule, do not enable standard legacy agents (those created before PRPC Version 5.4) on more than one node.

If you have a multi-node Pega Platform cluster, configure the generated agent schedules so that the agents listed in the Pega-RULES agents rule and the three legacy agents listed in the Pega-IntSvcs agents rule run on one node only.

Agent Schedule Purpose
Pega-AutoTest.<node ID > Support Automated Unit Testing. See Pega-AutoTest agents.
Pega-DecisionEngine.<node ID > Perform periodic computations to evolve adaptive models, defined through Adaptive Model rules. See Pega-DecisionEngine agents.
Pega-EventProcessing.<node ID > Process business events, which are deprecated.
Pega-ImportExport.<node ID > Supports the Purge/Archive wizard and support certain one-time post-upgrade processing. See Pega-ImportExport agent.
Pega-IntSvcs.<node ID > Process queued service requests . See Pega-IntSvcs agents.
Pega-ProcessEngine.<node ID > Supports calculations defined in case type rules. See Pega-ProcessEngine agent.
Pega-ProCom.<node ID > Process email, service-level agreements, and assignments. See Pega-ProCom agents.
Pega-RuleRefactoring.<node ID > Supports the ruleset Maintenance wizard for queued tasks including copying, moving, merging, and renaming rulesets. See Pega-RuleRefactoring agent.
Pega-RULES.<node ID > Perform general system housecleaning and periodic system pulse processing. See Pega-RULES agents.
Pega-RulesEngine.<node ID > Supports periodic maintenance of the system cache. See Pega-RulesEngine agent.

Initial Data Instances