Disconnects connections that haven't submitted a request for the specified number of minutes. The maximum value is 32767. A client computer in the middle of a database transaction holds locks until the transaction
is ended or the connection is disconnected. The -ti option is provided to disconnect inactive connections, freeing their locks.
The -ti option is very useful when used in conjunction with dbsrv16 since most connections will be over network links (TCP).
The -ti option is useful with dbeng16 only for local TCP/IP connections. Using -ti has no effect on connections to a personal
server using shared memory, but you can specify a timeout for the connection that applies to shared memory connections. By
default, the personal database server does not start TCP/IP. See -x database server option.
Setting the value to zero disables checking of inactive connections, so that no connections are disconnected. If the Idle
connection parameter is not used, then the idle timeout value for TCP/IP connections is controlled by the -ti database server
option. If both the -ti database server option and the Idle connection parameter are specified, then the idle timeout value
is controlled by the connection parameter.