Processes often do a lot of waiting (<sync>, <delay>), so that is probably why a larger poolsize helps. I am currently integrating with a system which takes up to five seconds to answer... so enough spare time to do a few in parallel. 

Yes this can be annoying; if you have a generic solution which you deploy at different customers which have different hardware and performance requirements, you cannot keep the production class "generic". This limits automation of the build process/deployment. You can do some scripting...

Thanks @Robert Cemper

Since my specific case is for the EU, I think the simplest solution is to use $ZTZ to correct for basic time zone. The rules for summertime are always the same in this area (until they change it, the discussion flares up two times a year). I already found some pseudo-code for that. If summertime, subtract another 60 minutes from $ZTZ. Not as generic as I wanted, but good enough for my case. 

@Dmitry Maslennikov  Are there any special characters to watch with static .csp and .js files? I would expect the last map item to catch all, but it does not match with /csp/mynamespace/myfile.js (ends up in /MyFolder/csp/mynamespace/.... and I would expect /MyFolder/src/csp/mynamespace/...

I have one prepared but not found the time yet. My plan is to measure the electricity use of my house continuously, do analysis on when I have a surplus of energy of my solar panels, and then switch certain devices based on that. My dishwasher, pool pump and heat pump are all connected. Currently I can do net metering for electricity but that will change in the near future. Better to use it myself if they don't want to pay a decent price for it ;-) The Pi is perfect for that kind of home automation.

For my customers in Holland, our time-zone is POSIX is "CET-1CEST". Also works for most neighbours. (2016+)

write !, "Current time: "_$ZDT($H)

do $System.Process.TimeZone("CET-1CEST") 

write !, "New Current time: "_$ZDT($H)

Looks nice Benjamin!

I had to use 

http://localhost:52773/csp/mem-config/configurator.html

to open it. Also, the screenshot on the openexchange page is not showing.

IRIS for Windows (x86-64) 2019.1.1 (Build 612_0_19459U) Mon Dec 2 2019 16:11:46 EST (HS-UCR) in a VM.

Could it do automatic measurement of the current machine/VM it is running on, especially memory?

Excellent, thanks @Dmitry Maslennikov

Mine is simpler at this moment

"objectscript.export": {

 "folder": "MyFolder",

"addCategory": false,

"map": {

"(UnitTest\\..*)": "internal/$1",

"(..*)": "src/$1"

}

}

This does the trick for now.

Have there been any updates on this? I am involved in a project which uses VSCode, and we want all unit test (Start with UnitTest.) classes to end up in another folder so they can be kept out of production easily.