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  1. WildFly
  2. WFLY-7418

Batch deployments with a large number of executed jobs can lock up or slow down the web console

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      Batch deployments which contain a large number of executed jobs can be extremely slow to process as the /deployment=batch.war/subsystem=batch-jberet processes each job instance then each job execution of that job instance.

      One possibly helpful option for the web console would be to add a new description attribute to indicate the resource may be slow to process. The web console might be able to run a background task to populate data rather than locking up the UI. There would still be an issue with a large memory footprint here however.

      JBeret might want to consider having a way to archive jobs too rather than just purge them. Some users may want to keep all job execution data. Archiving this data could reduce the size of the current data being retrieved.

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            jperkins-rhn James Perkins
            jperkins-rhn James Perkins
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