Resume master planning
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Enhanced planning engine functionality ensures that master planning batch jobs automatically resume in the case where the main thread stops unexpectedly. This can happen if, for some reason, the batch server connection is lost during the master planning run. Before this feature was implemented, a complete rerun of master planning was needed. Now the master planning batch jobs automatically resume and continue at the place where they were interrupted. From the Master planning history log, the planner can see that the main thread was stopped unexpectedly and that the process was resumed.
Resume will only happen once, so if the main thread is stopped unexpectedly again, during the resume, it will mark it as failed in the log and not try to resume again. Also, resume is only applied to regeneration and jobs that have reached at least the coverage state of the master planning calculation. In case a helper thread stops unexpectedly, planning will continue with the remaining helpers.