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What are the real advantages of sending a job to the background?

markuxProof
Path Finder

Greetings,

I always need to perform very large jobs. I would like to know what are the real advantages of sending a job to the background.

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xpac
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

It keeps running even if you're doing something else, you can get back to it via the Jobs page, and it's lifetime is extended, so you can get it's results for a longer time.

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xpac
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

It keeps running even if you're doing something else, you can get back to it via the Jobs page, and it's lifetime is extended, so you can get it's results for a longer time.

markuxProof
Path Finder

Thanks xpac,

Is there a reduction in server resource usage?

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markuxProof
Path Finder

Thanks xpac.

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xpac
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

I can't say from experience, but I'd guess(!) if there's any, it's minimal.. just what is not used to have your GUI updated, but I'd say the actual search load is the same.

Hope that helps - if it does I'd be happy if you would upvote/accept this answer, so others could profit from it. 🙂

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