runtime buffers nn
where nn is the number of in-memory data buffers used when writing or reading compiled programs to or from the disk. Each buffer holds 1 KB. Increasing the number of buffers improves system performance, but increases the amount of internal memory needed. Specify any whole number within the permitted range, provided that the computer has enough memory.
The general effect of this option is that, when running compiled applications, the bigger this value, more compiled programs can stay in memory at the same time thus increasing performance of the application.
nn = numeric entry 100 to 10000