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request-timeout

Duration after which the request times out and gets deleted after reaching a terminal state

Syntax

--request-timeout hr:min:sec.fractSec

Description

request-timeout specifies the duration after which the request times out upon reaching a terminal state. At this point, the request gets deleted unless a client process has already deleted the request.

Parameters

hr

Hours in interval.

min

Minutes in interval.

sec

Seconds in interval.

fractSec

Fractional seconds in interval.

Examples

  • For on-premises server instances created using the command line, update this server configuration property in the main_config server configuration file.

  • For on-premises server instances created using the dashboard and for server deployments in the cloud, use the dashboard and cloud dashboard, respectively, to update the server configuration property.

Configure Using Command Line

Set Request to Time Out After Two Hours

In the main_config file, set the request-timeout property to the following:

--request-timeout 2:00:00

Configure Using Dashboard

Set Request to Time Out After Two Hours

In the dashboard, in the Settings tab of your server instance, under Core, enter the following for the Request Timeout property:

2:00:00

Version History

Introduced in R2016b