ENVI Services Engine (ESE) 5.3 Release Notes
||The ESE system will experience severe slowness when the cleaning service deletes job sandboxes of still queued jobs. This can happen when ESE takes longer to process other jobs in the queue than the cleaning service time. To avoid this problem, update ESE's configuration file and increase the cleaning service time limit. The tradeoff is that disk usage will be greater than before, which might be significant if jobs save products to their job sandboxes.
The initialization sequence was updated to automatically fail jobs that were left over from the prior session in a non-terminal state such as "queued" and "running." The progress message field of automatically failed jobs updates with text describing why the job failed. Client applications should always monitor the status of their jobs and respond appropriately to success and failure.
Fixed memory leaks and improved efficiency.