This configuration parameter specifies the number of times that CPU usage can exceed the threshold set in dad.resource.cpulimit before dad is restarted, or before the event is logged in /var/log/centrifydc.log. Whether dad is restarted when the value of this parameter is exceeded is controlled by dad.resource.restart.

The default value of this parameter is 5, meaning that the CPU usage set in dad.resource.cpulimit can be exceeded four times before dad is restarted on the fifth instance or the event is logged. For example:

dad.resource.cpulimit.tolerance: 5

The dad resource monitor automatically checks the usage of various dad resources during runtime. For each resource that is monitored, you can configure the threshold value that triggers a dad restart or a log entry.

When dad is restarted, the client is purged, and counters for resources such as CPU usage, file descriptors, and memory are reset. See dad.resource.restart for more information about the advantages of setting a threshold that is lower than the default system value.