Special variables -- $TRESTART


Introduced in the 1995 ANSI M[UMPS] language standard.

The value of this variable identifies the number of transaction restarts that has occurred for the current transaction.

. ; Initialize only once

Whether a restart occurs because of an explicit TRESTART command or because the system encountered consistency problems while processing a TCOMMIT command, the special variable $TRESTART is incremented each time a transaction is restarted.

If a transaction encounters too many restarts, there probably is a reason that can only be resolved externally.

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This document describes the various special variables that are defined in the M[UMPS] language standard (ANSI X11.1, ISO 11756).

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