Permits the server configuration file to create a list of arbitrary names that can be retrieved by clients.
Under multi-CPU systems, ensure this setting matches your equipment to increase performance by reducing false sharing in CPU caches.
Forces FairCom DB to continue processing the configuration file when an error occurs.
Disallow server shutdown attempts made by external c-tree clients.
Permit <CTRL>+C to stop the FairCom Server.
Deactivates error messages coming to the console in the form of a message box.
Bypasses the ADMIN group User ID and password validation typically required at shutdown.
Disables the shutdown prompt, which is used to acknowledge the shutdown to prevent an accidental unload.
On Windows, starts the FairCom Server in background, displaying only an icon in the Windows tool tray.
Windows 95/98 only: Execute the FairCom Server as a Windows 95/98 service.
Specify the configuration file used when executing the FairCom Server from the command line.
Specifies a limit on the number of delete node queue entries that FairCom DB processes when it is shutting down.
Skips the file flushing of the specified file during server shutdown.
Specifies the FairCom Server's process priority.
Runs a command when the FairCom DB process calls the system function exit().
Launches the specified application when the FairCom Server comes down.
Launches an application when the FairCom Server comes up.
Defines functionality to occur at Server shutdown.
Defines functionality to occur at Server startup.
Permits explicit control on how long to wait for server shutdown.
Diagnostics keywords are intended to be used to help collect data to be analyzed for troubleshooting. The use of these keywords should be avoided in normal operation as they may cause additional overhead (e.g., logging).
On Windows: Enables the generation of a mini-dump file with a full memory dump.
Logs messages showing the operations performed at server shutdown to disconnect client connections.