Defines the possible throttling types in SQL Database.
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|0||Indicates that no throttling was applied to a given resource.|
|1||Corresponds to a soft throttling type. Soft throttling is applied when machine resources such as, CPU, I/O, storage, and worker threads exceed predefined safety thresholds despite the load balancer’s best efforts.|
|2||Corresponds to a hard throttling type. Hard throttling is applied when the machine is out of resources, for example storage space. With hard throttling, no new connections are allowed to the databases hosted on the machine until resources are freed up.|
|3||Corresponds to an unknown throttling type in the event that the throttling type cannot be determined with certainty.|