CSP Gateway Configuration Guide - InterSystems Documentation


CSP Gateway Configuration Guide - InterSystems Documentation

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Server Access

The set of base server configuration parameters are as follows:

Server Configuration


Server Name

Service Status

IP Address

TCP Port


Name of this server.

Allows you to enable and disable the Caché server configuration (default

is Enabled).

The physical IP address of the Caché server.

The TCP port number on which the Caché server is listening for incoming

connections.This is the TCP port number of the Caché superserver which

is usually 1972.

Stateless Parameters

The set of parameters relevant to stateless connections are as follows:

Stateless Parameter

Minimum Server Connections

Maximum Server Connections

Maximum Connections per



The CSP Gateway implements process affinity. This means that it always

attempts to reconnect sessions to the same Caché process that serviced

their previous request if possible. This parameter specifies the minimum

number of connections that the CSP Gateway should make to the Caché

server before starting to share the connections among many clients. The

higher this number, the more effective process affinity is.

This is the absolute maximum number of connections that the Gateway

is allowed to make to the Caché server. If concurrent usage exceeds this

number, the CSP Gateway starts to queue requests. Requests remain in

the queue until a Caché connection becomes available to service the

request or the Queued Request Timeout is exceeded.

This represents the maximum number of connections to Caché that can

be concurrently used by an individual session.

Connection Security

Connection Security settings are required by the Gateway to access the Caché server. These parameters are discussed in

greater depth in a later section. The set of parameters relevant to connection security are as follows:

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