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Store and Multi Server Preferences



This page gives an overview of all the relevant preferences for store server and multi-server behavior:

Enabling Preferences

Most multi-server behavior is disabled by default. To enable specific behavior the relevant preference has to be set with the value 'Y'. After changing the enablement preferences it is best to restart the system to reload cached values:

Behavioral Preferences

These preferences are related to time-outs, interval settings etc. Timing preferences are in milli-seconds unless otherwise noted:

Timeout should be set sufficient long to allow long processes to be run on another server. Normally the user interface will timeout before the read timeout occurs. The read timeout is mainly to ensure that server occurpied resources (connections etc.) get cleaned up at some point. Note this preference must be defined on system level.

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