Question2Replies788Views×Close popoverMani nBhargav Reddy (_ManinBhargavR) Cognizant Cognizant IN View ProfileSend Message _ManinBhargavR Member since 2016 2 posts Cognizant Posted: January 9, 2017Last activity: January 12, 2017Posted: 9 Jan 2017 4:31 ESTLast activity: 12 Jan 2017 7:10 EST Closed How to Find the agent processing timeAgent1(Advanced)- This agent pick all the elligible records and places in the queue for the processing.max records is:1000Agent2(standard)- This agent picks the records from the queue and process them. Query: if user want to processes 15000 records then how to calculate the total time to process including the agent sleep time. 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: 4 years agoPosted: 9 Jan 2017 13:56 EST×Close popoverArvind Malav (ARVINDMALAV) PEGA Technical Manager PEG IN View ProfileSend MessageARVINDMALAV PEGA replied to _ManinBhargavRCan you try enabling debug log for Log-Agent class and see if you get start time for agent? Posted: 4 years agoPosted: 12 Jan 2017 7:10 EST×Close popoverChathurika Dassanayaka (Chathuri) UBS.com UBS.com HK View ProfileSend MessageChathuri UBS.com replied to _ManinBhargavRTry this just an idea. create int property as count if count is 0 then get the start time. then set count value as count++(increase by one) for each iteration. once record count got as 15000 then we can get the current date time as end time . Calculate the difference of start time and end time. Then you can get the agent processing time.