Object Timeout

object timeout seconds

This time indicates how long Zim Server has to wait to acquire control over some objects (locks, buffers, etc.) that are not available in memory before deadlocking the current transaction.

The number of seconds is big enough to wait for the object to sleep, go to a pending list if necessary, and then be available for the transaction.

If you want to minimize this delay, set the value to 1. However, this will increase the consumption of CPU because Zim Server needs to check more often the availability of the resources needed. If your application performs well with a lower value (like the suggested of 1), than this should be your choice for this option.

Valid Settings

Range between 0 to 60.

Windows

1

UNIX

1