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Clustered Commits

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clustered commits milliseconds

The time milliseconds indicates how long Zim Server has to wait before flushing committed buffers to disk. The lower the time, the safer the updates, but at expense of the overall system performance. The bigger the time, more efficient is the system.

The flushing operation corresponds to writing buffers changed by ongoing transactions to the audit file for subsequent checkpoint.

Zero milliseconds indicates that no new transaction will start unless previous committed buffers have been flushed to disk. This value is very inefficient and should not be used unless extreme safety reasons indicate it.

Valid Settings

Range between 1 and 100000.





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