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Are there any other ideas on the table to solve this problem? This is a real challenge for us in that we carefully negotiate parallel session values with our busiest partners such that we do not overwhelm one another during peak usage. Having to split that value by the number of servers we are running is much less than ideal. We are planning to expand the number of servers we are running and are now having to further subdivide or renegotiate this value. It would be much more preferable to handle this at the node/plex level and not at the individual server level.
Thank you for opening this enhancement request with IBM. I have reviewed it thoroughly with my team. Unfortunately we won't be able to accept this request. This is due to the complexity of the request and potential to introduce complex defects that could impact our broader user base. With that said, we do expect that PLEX failover capabilities should really be able to rapidly recover if a node in the PLEX goes down. If you are not seeing this I would encourage you to open a case with our support team to seek guidance on configuration.
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