Question4Replies1495Views ManjuPai Member since 2016 29 posts Pai G Posted: 1 year agoLast activity: 1 year 4 months ago Closed Solved How do we change the production level in 8.1.3 after we have installed PRPCWe need to change the production level in 8.1.3 environments where we have installed PRPC already. Please let me if there is option to change it without reinstall***Moderator Edit-Vidyaranjan: Updated Platform Capability*** System Administration ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 1 year agoKurtW_GCS PEGA replied to ManjuPaiHi, You can set this on the "System" data instance for your environment. Please find the below help file with more information: https://community.pega.com/sites/default/files/help_v81/procomhelpmain.htm#data-/data-admin-/data-admin-system/production.htm Please note that the change only takes effect for a given node the next time that node is restarted. Hope this helps! -Kurt Posted: 1 year agoManjuPai Pai G replied to KurtW_GCSThe community article does not say where exactly the changes has to be done. Can you share the detailed steps? Accepted Solution Posted: 1 year agoKurtW_GCS PEGA replied to ManjuPaiHi, To set the production level, take the following steps from the Dev Studio: On the far left navigation pane, click on the "Records" icon to open the Records Explorer. Expand the "SysAdmin" category. Click on "System" under the expanded "SysAdmin" category. A list of System instances will be displayed. Click on the System instance for your environment. This will open the rule form for the System rule. On the System rule's ruleform, change the "Production Level" field to the desired value. Save the rule. The next time a given node is restarted, the new production level will be applied to that node. Hope this helps! -Kurt Posted: 1 year agoManjuPai Pai G replied to KurtW_GCSThanks a lot Kurt. This is really helpful.