By default, one TREX RFC server per Gateway runs on each TREX host. You can either increase the number of RFC server instances in single-thread mode or switch the RFC server to multithread mode. The system then automatically starts the corresponding number of RFC server threads. Both changes can be necessary for performance reasons.
The TREX RFC server is configured for multithread mode by default.
Increasing the Number of RFC Server Instances
Make sure that you have selected the single threaded option (TREX RFC server runs in single-thread mode) in the RfCServer dropdown list.
Changing the RFC Servers to Multi-Thread Mode
All RFC connections that are listed in the TREX admin tool (standalone) are configured again for multithread mode. To change the mode, the TREX admin tool stops and restarts all TREX RFC servers.
Make sure that stopping the TREX RFC servers does not terminate running processes that the applications using TREX have started. Otherwise stopping the TREX RFC servers can cause data loss. Before you make the change to the RFC server mode, a dialog box in the TREX admin tool warns you specifically again of this danger.