<p>Type of client: writeable/readonly/partitioned/graph</p>
<p>By default all clients are 'writeable', certain clients
are short lived and perform long sync and build cycles.
Over time these build clients can fragment the 'db.have'
table which is used to track what files a client has
synced. Setting a type of 'readonly' gives the client
its own personal 'db.have' database table. A 'readonly'
client cannot 'edit' or 'submit' files, however for build
automation this is not usually a requirement and the
performance tradeoff is worth considering if your build
automation is causing issues with the 'db.have' table.
This option requires that an administrator has first
configured the 'client.readonly.dir' setting. If it is
necessary to submit changes as part of your build,
you may specify a 'partitioned' client: like a 'reaonly'
client, this type also has a separate 'db.have' table
under the 'client.readonly.dir' directory, but allows
journalled 'edit' and 'submit' of files.</p>
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