assuredConcurrencyShares (ACS) configures the execution limit, which is a limit on the number of requests of this priority level that may be exeucting at a given time. ACS must be a positive number. The server's concurrency limit (SCL) is divided among the concurrency-controlled priority levels in proportion to their assured concurrency shares. This produces the assured concurrency value (ACV) --- the number of requests that may be executing at a time --- for each such priority level:
ACV(l) = ceil( SCL * ACS(l) / ( sum[priority levels k] ACS(k) ) )
bigger numbers of ACS mean more reserved concurrent requests (at the expense of every other PL). This field has a default value of 30.
limitResponse indicates what to do with requests that can not be executed right now
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LimitedPriorityLevelConfiguration specifies how to handle requests that are subject to limits. It addresses two issues: