The SystemProperties type exposes the following members.
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|SystemProperties(Properties String, String )|
Constructor. Sets the default (hard-coded) values first, and then overwrites those with any values found in the given properties.
|SystemProperties(Properties String, String , String)|
Determines whether the specified(Inherited from is equal to the current . .)
Serves as a hash function for a particular type.(Inherited from .)
Gets the(Inherited from of the current instance. .)
Prints all settings to the process log.
Returns a(Inherited from that represents the current . .)
Whether client is running in multiple AppDomain or not. Default value is "false".
Returns the name of the "cache.xml" file.
Returns the conflate event's option
Returns the connect timeout used for server and locator handshakes.
True if the crash dump generation for unhandled fatal exceptions is enabled. If "log-file" property has been specified then they are created in the same directory as the log file, and having the same prefix as log file. By default crash dumps are created in the current working directory and have the "gemfire_cpp" prefix. The actual dump file will have timestamp and process ID in the full name.
True if the stack trace is enabled.
Returns the durable client's ID.
Returns the durable client's timeout.
Returns all the security properties
Returns the message logging level.
Returns the HeapLRUDelta value (a percent value). This specifies the percentage of entries the system will evict each time it detects that it has exceeded the HeapLRULimit. Defaults to 10%
Returns the HeapLRULimit value (in bytes), the maximum memory that values in a cache can use to store data before overflowing to disk or destroying entries to ensure that the server process never runs out of memory due to cache memory usage
Returns a boolean that specifies if heapLRULimit has been enabled for the process. If enabled, the HeapLRULimit specifies the maximum amount of memory that values in a cache can use to store data before overflowing to disk or destroying entries to ensure that the server process never runs out of memory
True if client needs to be authenticated
Returns the maximum log Disk size, in bytes, or 0 if unlimited.
Returns the name of the message log file.
Returns the maximum log file size, in bytes, or 0 if unlimited.
Returns the max queue size for notification messages
Returns the maximum socket buffer size to use
Returns the system name.
Returns the periodic notify ack interval
Returns the expiry time of an idle event id map entry for duplicate notification checking
True if app want to clear pdx types ids on client disconnect
Returns the time between two consecutive ping to servers
This can be called to know whether read timeout unit is in milli second.
Returns the time between two consecutive checks for redundancy for HA
True if ssl connection support is enabled.
Returns the SSL private keystore file path.
Returns the client keystore password..
Returns the SSL public certificate trust store file path.
Returns the name of the statistics archive file.
True if statistics are enabled (archived).
Returns the sampling interval, that is, how often the statistics thread writes to disk, in seconds.
Returns the maximum statistics Disk size, in bytes, or 0 if unlimited.
Returns the maximum statistics file size, in bytes, or 0 if unlimited.
Returns the timeout after which suspended transactions are rolled back.