Parameter: threadTerminateWait

Startup parameters change the behavior of the Service Manager server. You can always set a startup parameter from the server's operating system command prompt.




This parameter defines the length of time (in seconds) the Service Manager server continues to handle a client request after the client session is closed (for example, the client session is manually disconnected or is timed out). When the specified time is reached, the server terminates the server thread that handles the client request.

If you specify a value of 0 (zero), the server immediately terminates the server thread when the client session is closed (which is the same behavior as in versions 9.32 through 9.33).

This parameter gives the server an extra period of time to continue handling requests to help prevent "Session already invalidated" errors from occurring. It works on requests from all clients: Windows, web, and web services.

Valid if set from

Server's operating system command prompt

Initialization file (sm.ini)

Requires restart of the Service Manager server?

No (Only requires a client re-login)

Default value

300 (seconds)

Possible values

Number of seconds no less than zero

Example usage

Command line: threadTerminateWait:2400

Initialization file: threadTerminateWait:2400

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System parameters

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Enter a parameter in the sm.ini file

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