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I am working on a CRM Data Migration Project. I am not a CRM guy, we concentrate more on Data Migration Part. We just have one Org on a server. We've sending thousands of records to CRM Webservice. In spite of implementing threads on our side, considerable amount of time is spent in sending and CRM processing the entities. We came across the terms viz. ExecuteMultipleMaxConnectionsPerServer & ExecuteMultiplePerOrgMaxConnectionsPerServer, and would like to explore if tuning these throttle settings can help us raise the app's performance. Can anyone please share their experience with these settings? What are the typical values for a Single Org CRM server? How can these settings be fine tuned?
Have you configured your Core threads on your IIS Server?
The Maximum connection pool limit of 100, connections from web server connection pool in IIS to the database, Have never seen a scenario where this should be increased. If you hit this, it is an indication of an error in the system, look at why so many connections are blocking. With multiple web servers, each with 100 concurrent connections to the database of typical <10ms, this suggests a throughput of >10k db requests for each web server. This should not be required and would hit other challenges well before that.
However ExecuteMultiple is designed to assist with processing bulk collections of messages being sent to Dynamics CRM from an external source, The processing of large groups of these requests can tie up vital resources in CRM at the expense of more response critical requests by users, therefore this is limited to 2 concurrent ExecuteMultiple requests per organization.
Best Wishes, Raz
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