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we are happily using Virgo for some years now - so we have accumulated
quite some bundles and plans in our development servers. Even though
Virgo runs nicely and stable as it is started, the startup itself causes
us some troubles. Particularly, in one of the Virgos we have ~35 plans
with ~25 bundles each - hence requiring to start about ~875 bundles. It
seems that when Virgo starts, all plans in the pickup folder are
automatically detected and started. Even though it is nice that through
this parallel startup multiple cpu cores are used, in our case the
overall startup takes too long, which in turn causes timeouts when
waiting for certain services.
So we were wondering whether there is a way to restrict the parallelism
of starting bundles/plans during startup of Virgo?