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Scheduling graphs in SAP DI not allowing system to hibernate.

pulk1307
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When I schedule a graph to run on a daily basis in SAP DI a com.sap.dh.scheduler is created by the system which keeps on running. Due to this the instance is not able to hibernate.

Is this a known issue with SAP DI?

How do we hibernate the instance to moderate usage cost and also make sure that the graphs run at a particular time. Is there a process for this?

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CobyKako
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pulk1307
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Thanks for sharing this link. But this link explains how to schedule & different parameters that can be used to schedule. We have scheduled system hibernation & I have seen that the system does not hibernate when I schedule a graph even if the schedule is for the next day.

If I schedule a graph does that impact the scheduled system hibernation? Is this the way of working in SAP DI that starting a schedule will now allow system hibernation. As per the SAP DI administrative guide SAP Data Intelligence doesn't trigger hibernation under the following circumstances, but this does not say anything about schedules.

• While graphs are running. (You must first manually stop them).

• While an operational task, such as backup, is in progress.

CobyKako
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The documentation about cluster hibernation says:

SAP Data Intelligence doesn't trigger hibernation under the following circumstances:

  • While graphs are running. (You must first manually stop them).
  • While an operational task, such as backup, is in progress.

You can't run the following processes during hibernation:

  • Update or delete clusters.
  • Backups.
  • Scheduled Modeler jobs.

So if you have configured scheduled graphs, even if they are being triggered the day after, you need to stop them to allow the hibernation to execute.

This is what I understood from the doc (same with running graphs which should be paused)

pulk1307
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So, apart from running graphs, I also need to pause/ stop the scheduled runs for the instance to hibernate. This takes away the whole concept of automating graph runs by scheduling them & needs daily manual intervention. Is there a way to automate the graph runs and also not impact hibernation.