In the help, I found this contradictory sentences :
"For read-only data pages with a scope of Requestor or Node, select the Clear pages after non-use check box to force the system to delete the clipboard instances of the data page after an interval passes with no access."
"Read-only data pages are never passivated. If a requestor or thread is idle and gets passivated, all read-only data pages in that requestor or thread are cleared and reloaded the next time they are referenced, whether or not Clear pages after non-use is selected."
In both the above paragraphs, they have mentioned Requestor also. So for Requestor scope, do we need to check that checkbox or not?
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I think that depends if you want to clear the data page after a particular time even if the requestor is still active. If you only want to clear the pages when the requestor is passivated then you probably don't need to check it. If you want the pages to get cleared while a requestor is still active then you would need to check it.
Posted: 3 years ago
Posted: 12 Sep 2019 13:10 EDT
Goutham Reddy (Goutham Reddy)
Can you please confirm if the value is same as DeclarePages/DefaultIdleTimeSeconds, which is set by default to 86400 seconds, or one day if not, where do we define the limit and what is the default value?