If we specify a page in node level, then it can be accessed by all the requestors in the particular node. Requestor Level:
If we specify a page in Requester level, then it can be accessed by all the threads opened by the requestor. Thread Level:
If we specify a page in Thread level, then it can be accessed only by that particular thread.
Posted: 3 years ago
Posted: 10 Sep 2019 2:10 EDT
Siddharth Bharkatya Bharkatya (bhars1)
Senior Technical Solutions Engineer
Node – any requestor executing on the current node can access the pages.
Thread – the page is created in a single requestor thread, and can be accessed as often as needed by processing in that thread. Access by separate requestors causes the rule to create distinct pages, which might have different contents.
Requestor – all threads for the current requestor.