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Performance degrades with long running query

SA-63476

Summary



The system runs a long running query which uses up CPU space. This results in performance degradation.

Extract of the SQL seen when system alerts are generated:


app_rulesets_pc0("pzRuleSetName", "pzRuleSetVersionMajor",
"pzRuleSetVersionMinor", "pzRuleSetVersionPatch",
"pzRuleSetOverallOrder", "pzRuleSetVersionMinorPatch") AS
(SELECT "PC0AR".pzRuleSetName AS "pzRuleSetName", "PC0AR".
pzRuleSetVersionMajor AS "pzRuleSetVersionMajor",
"PC0AR".pzRuleSetVersionMinor AS
"pzRuleSetVersionMinor", "PC0AR".
pzRuleSetVersionPatch AS "pzRuleSetVersionPatch",
"PC0AR"."pzRuleSetOverallOrder" AS
"pzRuleSetOverallOrder", "PC0AR".
pzRuleSetVersionMinorPatch AS
"pzRuleSetVersionMinorPatch"
FROM (SELECT "PC0AR".pzRuleSetName, "PC0AR".
etc.



Error Messages



PEGA0005 alert.


Steps to Reproduce



Work in Pega Designer Studio with Guardrails enabled.


Root Cause



A defect or configuration issue in the operating environment.

These alerts are generated because of development activities using Pega Designer studio.


Resolution

Perform the following local-change:

The report pzWarningsIntroduced section is an available rule and can be removed to prevent the occurrence of the warnings. 


Alternatively, disable the guardrails in the developer login.
 


 

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Published August 19, 2019 - Updated October 8, 2020

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