Maximum File Locks

maximum file locks locks

The number locks indicates how many locks a Zim file can accept before scalating to a file lock. This saves time and memory to manage global locks for all users because all locks applied to that file will be released and a single for the entire file will be then applied.

The higher this number of locks, the bigger the level of concurrency between users, but it can consume more rapidly the global number of locks.

Valid Settings

A number from 0 to 10,000.

Windows

200

UNIX

200