Since the entrance of Perform Script on Server (PSoS) I am trying to use that function more and more. It is not only very good for the end users, but it also makes the creation of scripts a little bit more complicated (that is fun) to pass around the right parameters.
In FileMaker Server we have this tab for FileMaker Clients, where we set Maximum Simultaneous Script Sessions (MSSS). That value is 50 at the start if I am not wrong and we can change it to whatever we need, both up and down. That is really good that we can control that. But, what I want to know is how memory (RAM) do we need when we increase that number. If we have a rather big solution and many users that each run PSoS every now and then, FileMaker Server have to fire of a FileMaker instance inside FileMaker Server each time a PSoS is called. My guess is that it are taking a part of the RAM for each new PSoS. Do FMI have a recommendation of size of RAM depending of number for allowed MSSS? Are there some test results that could be shared to the developer community?