Skip to main content
Previous section   Next section

LockThreshold

SQL lock threshold.

Synopsis

[SQL]    LockThreshold=n

Description

The value n is the lock threshold. This is the number of inserts, updates, or deletes for a single table within a single transaction that will trigger a table-level lock when reached. For example, if the lock threshold is 1000 and a process starts a transaction and then inserts 2000 rows, after the 1001st row is inserted the process will attempt to acquire a table-level lock instead of continue to lock individual rows. This is to help keep the lock table from becoming too full.

Examples

LockThreshold=1000

Range of Values

Any integer. The default is 1000.

Management Portal

On the page System Administration > Configuration > SQL and Object Settings > General SQL Settings, in the Lock Threshold field, enter a number.