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xdmp:set-request-limit

xdmp:set-request-limit(
   $meter-name as xs:string,
   $limit as xs:unsignedLong,
   [$hostID as xs:unsignedLong?],
   [$serverID as xs:unsignedLong?],
   [$requestID as xs:unsignedLong?]
) as empty-sequence()

Summary

Changes the meter limit (elapsed-time/lock-count/read-size) for an actively running request to the specified value. If you do not supply values for the last three parameters, the function sets the meter limit for the current request.

Parameters
$meter-name The name of the meter limit to change. Current supported limits for this parameter are: lock-count, read-size and elapsed-time.
$limit The desired meter limit value.
$hostID The ID of the host on which the request is running. Typically, you get the ID of a host by executing code similar to:
    xdmp:host("myhost")
$serverID The ID of the App Server in which the request is running.Typically, you get the ID of an App Server by executing code similar to:
    xdmp:server("myAppServer")
$requestID The ID of the request. You can access the request IDs in the request elements of the xdmp:server-status output. You get the request ID by executing code similar to:
    xdmp:server-status( xdmp:host("myHost"),
                        xdmp:server("myAppServer") )//*:request-id)
    

Required Privileges

http://marklogic.com/xdmp/privileges/xdmp-set-request-limit-any or http://marklogic.com/xdmp/privileges/xdmp-set-request-limit-my

Example

xdmp:set-request-limit("lock-count",100)

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