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SQL Anywhere 12.0.0 » SQL Anywhere Server - Database Administration » Configuring your database » Managing user IDs, authorities, and permissions

 

Managing the resources connections use

Building a set of users and groups allows you to manage permissions on a database. Another aspect of database security and management is to limit the resources an individual user can use.

For example, you may want to prevent a single connection from taking too much of the available memory or CPU resources, so you can avoid having a connection slow down other users of the database.

SQL Anywhere provides a set of database options that users with DBA authority can use to control resources. These options are called resource governors.

 Setting options
 Resources that can be managed
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