MinMergeIdleTime

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The MinMergeIdleTime entry is the minimum percentage of CPU processing time that must be idle during a merge-check period before Indexing Service can initiate an annealing merge.

Summary

Type:REG_DWORD
Units:Percent
Default:90
Range:10 - 100

 

Remarks

Indexing Service uses the value of the MinMergeIdleTime entry to delay merges until there are no other heavy demands on the processor.

Related topics

Catalog, Property, and Scope Registry Entries
Main Registry Entries

 

 

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