Keypoint operations compress the transaction log file. The keypoint interval is the number of transactions between keypoint operations on the log. Keypoint operations can reduce the size of the transaction log files. A larger number of keypoint intervals (for example, 2048) results in larger transaction log files, but fewer keypoint operations, and potentially better performance. A smaller keypoint interval (for example, 256) results in smaller log files but slightly reduced performance due to the greater frequency of keypoint operations.
In the tree component select the Configurations node.
If you are running a non-clustered domain in developer profile, skip to the next step. If you are running the domain in cluster profile, select the instance to configure:
Select the Transaction Service node.
Enter the number of transactions between keypoint operations in the Keypoint Interval field.
The default value is 65536.
Restart the Enterprise Server.