Drops conflicting locks to the remote database.
dbmlsync -d ...
During synchronization, unless the LockTables extended option is set to OFF, all tables involved in the publications being synchronized are locked to prevent any other processes from making changes. If another connection has a lock on one of these tables, the synchronization may fail or be delayed. Specifying this option forces SQL Anywhere to drop any other connections to the remote database that hold conflicting locks so that synchronization can proceed immediately.
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