Controls whether a local database server is started if no connection is found.
By default, if no server is found during a connection attempt, and a database file, database name, or the START connection parameter is specified, then a database server is started on the same computer. You can turn this behavior off by setting the AutoStart (ASTART) connection parameter to NO in the connection string. The database server is not autostarted if the CommLinks [LINKS] parameter includes TCPIP.
To improve query performance for autostarted databases, start the database as soon as possible, even if users are not connecting right away. This allows the cache to warm before queries are executed against the database. See Using cache warming.
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