Process Spawner considerations
As memory size increases, so does the cost of spawning a new process directly from the Application Server. For NSH script jobs, a job server can be configured to use a Process Spawner to spawn subprocesses, rather than spawning them directly. The Process Spawner is simply a process with a small memory footprint that can spawn new processes without the penalty of the Application Server's large memory footprint. As the configured size of the Application Server grows, the benefit of using the Process Spawner increases.
Ah, I get it. Thanks!