Backflush Labor Server Process

We run it (and several other processes) every 5 minutes. It's just often enough to be effective within our process (giving our planners & inventory control groups real time enough info) & never has seemed to significantly impact performance.




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From: afiedt_buf <chris.eull@...>
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Sent: Monday, August 17, 2009 5:26:37 PM
Subject: [Vantage] Backflush Labor Server Process


Backflush Labor Server Process
Vantage 8.03.4xx

I am looking for recommendations on how often to run the backflush labor server process.
What factors did you consider in the decision (# of jobs, size of jobs, # of labor transactions) and how did they affect your choice (more or less often)?
Is there a noticeable system performance impact when the process runs?

Thank you,
Chris







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Backflush Labor Server Process
Vantage 8.03.4xx

I am looking for recommendations on how often to run the backflush labor server process.
What factors did you consider in the decision (# of jobs, size of jobs, # of labor transactions) and how did they affect your choice (more or less often)?
Is there a noticeable system performance impact when the process runs?

Thank you,
Chris
We have about 1000 jobs per month and run it every night as a scheduled job. It frees up all the operations and backflushes materials on a timely basis so we never fall behind.

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From: afiedt_buf <chris.eull@...>
Subject: [Vantage] Backflush Labor Server Process
To: vantage@yahoogroups.com
Date: Monday, August 17, 2009, 5:26 PM


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Backflush Labor Server Process
Vantage 8.03.4xx

I am looking for recommendations on how often to run the backflush labor server process.
What factors did you consider in the decision (# of jobs, size of jobs, # of labor transactions) and how did they affect your choice (more or less often)?
Is there a noticeable system performance impact when the process runs?

Thank you,
Chris



















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