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The MaxQueryTimeslice entry is the maximum amount of query execution time for a single time slice.
|Units:||Milliseconds of CPU time|
|Range:||1 - 1000|
If the number of active asynchronous queries is greater than the number of allowed query threads, a query is put back on the pending queue at the end of the time interval specified by the value of the MaxQueryTimeslice entry. The end of a time slice usually occurs only after a matching row is found for the query. For some queries, however, many rows may be examined before a match is found. In these cases, the time slice can be exceeded before the time is checked.
Build date: 9/10/2012