On 11/18/05, Chris McDonough <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Nov 17, 2005, at 4:46 AM, Dennis Allison wrote:
> > Thank Chris, good pointsB.
> > The session variable timeout is currently several hours as requird
> > by our
> > application. The timeout resolution remains at its default value.
> Making the resolution higher has been observed to reduce conflicts
> (see dunny's chart).
If you sessions live for several hours then perhaps you want a
increase session-resolution-seconds to something like 1800 (30
minutes) or more.
Also worth seeing if increasing WRITEGRANULARITY of
Products.Transience.TransientObject helps you.
> > I have
> > not dorked with disabling the inband housekeeping. I don't see how it
> > would impact on our problem. Am I missing something?
> Turning off inband housekeeping has the potential to reduce the
> numnber of conflicts because less work is done during normal
> sessioning operations. Instead of doing the work to figure out
> whether it needs to clean up after itself during "normal" operations
> it relies on an external process.
And it is not that difficult to do.
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