GENERAL SET POOLBLOCKCOUNT

Usage: GENERAL SET POOLCOUNT <value>

Sets the number of blocks in the server's emergency memory pool. The server allocates the emergency pool on startup and frees pieces of it when memory is tight.

Example:
/as general set poolcount 32

The default is 24 blocks on all operating systems except Linux where the default is 10. Making the memory pool too small can destabilize the server. Generally, it is better to increase the size of each block than increase the number of blocks in the pool.