Having connections time out at 60 minutes could mean that you'll end up with
a lot more connections, possibly dormant waiting for timeout. If this is the
case, I'd check the connection capacity on the AceDirector with the features
you'll be using.
From: Titus, Tim [mailto:tim_titusIZZATcccpp.com]
Sent: Tuesday, February 20, 2001 9:10 AM
Subject: RE: [load balancing] Disabling session timeout on the Altheons
Michael is right that the manual indicates that you can set persistence to
be up to 60 minutes, but with WebOS v8.0 and above, the maximum is 30
I don't know if they've changed this with the AceDirector4 (more RAM, thus
more possibility of holding on to persistent connections longer....)
Director, Internet Operations, NCS Learn
From: Michael Batchelder [mailto:binkyIZZATcertaintysolutions.com]
Sent: Tuesday, February 20, 2001 1:08 AM
Subject: Re: [load balancing] Disabling session timeout on the Altheons
WebOS manual says it's a value between 1 and 60. Is the manual
incorrect, or did you mean that 60 == very long time. I'd test this
myself, but I'm on vacation, sorta...
Simon Lvov wrote:
> You can't completely disable it, bu you can set it to a VERY long time.
> If you can elaborate on what are you trying to achieve, I can probably
> Olumide Otuyelu wrote:
> > How does one disable the session timeout feature of the Altheons?
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