Oracle Audio Technologies B31003-01 User Manual

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Daemon Control

C-2 Oracle Application Server Adapter for IMS/TM User’s Guide

Figure 6–14 The Daemon Control tab

The Daemon Control tab comprises fields, as listed in the following table:

Table 6–18 Daemon Control tab Components



recover from failure

The daemon restarts automatically if it fails for any reason
(any error that causes the daemon process to terminate,
such as network process lost or the CPU running the
daemon crashes and the backup daemon is defined on
another CPU). All available and unconnected servers are
terminated and any connected servers are marked and
terminated on release. Also the backup starts a backup for
itself. The backup appends a new log file to the log of the
original daemon, adding a line indicating that a backup
daemon was started.

Maximum XML
request size

The maximum number of bytes that the daemon handles
for an XML document.

Maximum XML in

The maximum amount of space reserved for the XML in

Default language

The language that the daemon supports. This setting is
used when working with a client with a code page
different from the server code page.

Call timeout

The timeout period for short calls for all daemons. The
definition of a short call is a call that should be completed
in a few seconds. For example, most calls to a database
such as DESCRIBE should be completed in a few seconds
as opposed to call like a GETROWS call, which can take a
long time. In heavily loaded or otherwise slow systems,
even short calls such as calls to open a file, may take a
significant amount of time. If a short call takes more than
the specified time to complete, then the connection is
stopped. The default value for this parameter is 60
seconds. Values of less than 60 seconds are considered to
be 60 seconds.

Specifying the timeout in a workspace overrides the value
set in this field for that workspace.