- Usually the default behavior of SQL Anywhere is good enough for most implementations to handle the client requests in an appropriate time.
- However if experiencing longer execution times or even hanging, while the database server has to handle high number of requests, it is worth to look at the number of worker threads and see if a change will have a positive impact.
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