Specifying this option on the network server causes each database to be unloaded after the last non-HTTP client connection
disconnects. In addition to unloading each database after the last non-HTTP connection disconnects, the database server shuts
down when the last database is stopped.
If the only connection to a database is an HTTP connection, and the database is configured to stop automatically, when the
HTTP connection disconnects, the database is not unloaded. As well, if you specify the -ga option, and the database has an
HTTP connection and a command sequence or TDS connection, when the last command sequence or TDS connection disconnects, the
database stops automatically, and any HTTP connections are dropped.