KernelAcquireLimit


the number of requests a kernel can serve

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  • KernelAcquireLimit is a configuration setting that sets the number of requests a kernel can serve. After this limit is reached, the kernel is shut down and a new one is started.

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A sample setting is shown below. This means that the kernel will be restarted every 100 times it is used.

<KernelAcquireLimit>
100
</KernelAcquireLimit>
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