Number of threads (or processes) the server should use to process concurrent client requests. On Windows, the default value is 16 and the maximum value is 256. On UNIX, the default value is 8 and the maximum value is 32.
Suppresses the copyright notice and program title banner. Useful when invoking the tool from another tool or product.
If AMS is already running, an error is reported. Only one AMS process per version of AMS can run on any one system.
On UNIX, this command is typically placed in a startup script that runs when the server system is booted. However, it can be executed at any time.
On Windows, you normally start AMS from an Objectivity Network Services tool. You need administrator privileges to use this tool because AMS is started as a network service, not as a user program.
Tuesday, October 30, 2012