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MinClientIdleTime

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The MinClientIdleTime entry is the amount of time a query client can remain idle before it is a candidate for being dropped by the query process.

Summary

Type:REG_DWORD
Units:Seconds
Default:600 (10 minutes)
Range:600 - 4294967295 (0xFFFFFFFF)

 

Remarks

When a query client is idle for longer than the value specified by the MinClientIdleTime entry, it only becomes a candidate for being dropped. The query process drops a query client only if it runs out of connections to process new queries.

The value of an identically named entry under the Catalog subkey for a specific catalog cannot override the value of this entry.

Related topics

Main Registry Entries

 

 

Build date: 9/10/2012

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