CoreMessage is the implementation of the kernel level message api. It is just a warning regarding the message size, which is controlled by prconfig setting "messaging/core-message/message-size" with a default value of 8000 bytes.
that works in prconfig. Alternatively, you can use DSS with the setting purpose like 'prconfig/messaging/core-message/message-size/default' with owning ruleset as 'Pega-Engine' - the DSS is preferred in general as it applies to all nodes within the pega cluster.
We encountered the exact same warning and I understand that it can be properly addressed by setting the configuration. But out of curiosity, what does this warning message actually implies? And is there any significant impact on the system?
Even we are getting same Warning despite setting the value to "32000". Could some one please suggest what does this warning imply and what can be the max value and what would be the impact if we increase to value beyond a say 64000.
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