When running multiple Tasks on one Snaplex/FeedMaster, consider the following:
- If a Task is running slow, the FeedMaster starts queueing the requests, and clients sending the requests begin receiving errors. Other Tasks on the Snaplex should not be affected.
- If more than half of the Tasks running on the Snaplex are slow, then the requests to the slow Tasks begin receiving errors, but the other Tasks should not be affected.
In some cases, in the latter scenario, all Tasks may be affected, even though some isolation between Task performance is maintained by the FeedMaster. To ensure complete isolation, we recommend that you use separate Snaplex instances for different workloads and to configure sufficient space. Thus making it easier to meet your SLA (Service Level Agreements).