Valid values, which are specified between "(" and ")" in the slump hash statement are:
An explanation is provided in the comments that are included in the out-of-the-box NX.env file. The comments are as follows:
# Size of the slump object hash. The hash should be large enough to
# contain about twice the number of objects that will be created by
# the process. Too small a hash size will result in a performance
# penalty and errors in the AHD log.
# The syntax for each specification is:
# where process_name_prefix is the first portion (any length) of the
# slump process-name, and hash_size is the size of the hash (must be
# a power of 2 of at least 512). Slump uses the longest prefix that
# matches the process name. If there is no match, it uses the
# default value of 512.
To determine a valid process_name_prefix, run the slstat command when CA Service Desk Manager is up and running; a list of processes that are currently connected to slump would be returned.
For example, to find a list of all processes connected to slump that have a name beginning with "web", you could run the following command:
slstat | find "web"
The results would be similar to:
web:wsp 18 26 Tue Jan 03 06:55:39 2017
web:local 20 28 Tue Jan 03 06:55:36 2017
When the process is started, associated messages are written to the current stdlog.
Here is a sample message from "C:\Program Files (x86)\CA\Service Desk Manager\log\stdlog.1":
01/02 09:33:17.66 sdmpri web-engine 7124 SIGNIFICANT api.c 1069 Slump object hash created with 8192 entries (2**13)