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kx-platform timeout config

leguan
New Contributor III

Hello Everyone, 

I would like to trouble you with:

1. What does config "HARD_SESSION_TIMEOUT_MS"  in delta.profile control?

2.  What does config "SOFT_SESSION_TIMEOUT_MS"  in delta.profile control?

based on my experience, seems that this one determines how soon a connection would be closed if it stays in ideal, and it applies both on IPC and web-App connections. Pls correct me if it is wrong.

3. I would like to keep web-app session logged on without auto-log-off , how to achieve this?

change "soft..." = 0 ?  would this change the behavior of IPC or other remote socket connections as well ?

thank you !

leguan 

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Laura
Community Manager Community Manager
Community Manager

Hi leguan, 

Thank you for the questions!

1. HARD_SESSION_TIMEOUT_MS is the maximum time a session can last

2. SOFT_SESSION_TIMEOUT_MS is the maximum time between requests

More information on those configurations can be found here: https://code.kx.com/platform/kx_connect/#session-management

You may be able to extend the maximum time of the session by changing the HARD_SESSION_TIMEOUT_MS config.

Something to note: Documentation is shipped with all installs and can be found in the help menu within the platform. 

Hope this helps!

Thanks,

Laura

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Laura
Community Manager Community Manager
Community Manager

Hi leguan, 

Thank you for the questions!

1. HARD_SESSION_TIMEOUT_MS is the maximum time a session can last

2. SOFT_SESSION_TIMEOUT_MS is the maximum time between requests

More information on those configurations can be found here: https://code.kx.com/platform/kx_connect/#session-management

You may be able to extend the maximum time of the session by changing the HARD_SESSION_TIMEOUT_MS config.

Something to note: Documentation is shipped with all installs and can be found in the help menu within the platform. 

Hope this helps!

Thanks,

Laura

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