service/startpriority SAP Parameter attribute - Instance priority during system start/stop

service/startpriority is a SAP Parameter attribute which is used to control Instance priority during system start/stop information. This is available within R/3 SAP systems depending on the version and release level.

Below is the standard documentation available and a few details of the attributes values .

service/startpriority profile paramerter attributes

Parameter Name: service/startpriority
Description: Instance priority during system start/stop
Default Value:
Parameter Type ( See IF_PARAMETER_TYPES): String(STRING)
Restriction Values:
Parameter Unit:
Parameter Group: System
CSN Component: BC-CST-STS
System-Wide parameter: No
Dynamic Parameter: No
Vector Parameter: No
Has Sub-Parameters: No
Check Function Exists: No

Parameter documentation

Start priority of the instance during system start/stop. The start service usually determines the start priority automatically using the processes configured in an instance and can therefore start or stop an entire system in the correct sequence. Instances with the same start priority are started in parallel. Only once these are fully started is the process continued with the next priority level (in the case of a system stop, the same applies in the reverse sequence). To do this, the priorities are lexically compared and sorted. In exceptional cases or in the case of unknown process types that require a particular start/stop sequence, you can manually adjust the start priority.
See SAP Parameter Documentation for full SAP documentation for this profile parameter.