The value of this option specifies, very approximately, the size of each upload part in bytes. Use the suffix k or m to specify
units of kilobytes or megabytes, respectively.
When this option is set to a non-zero value, uploads are sent to MobiLink in one or more parts. This could be useful if dbmlsync
has difficulty maintaining a connection to the MobiLink server for long enough to complete the full upload. the default is
The value of the option controls the size of each upload part as follows. Dbmlsync builds the upload by scanning the database
transaction log. When this option is set, dbmlsync scans the number of bytes that are set in the option, and then continues
scanning to the first point at which there are no outstanding partial transactions—the next point at which all transactions
have either been committed or rolled back. It then sends what it has scanned as an upload part and resumes scanning the log
from where it left off.
You cannot use the Increment extended option with scripted upload or transactional upload.