[hobbit] how to increate server timeout value
santoshbabu_perumal at platts.com
Wed Nov 28 13:48:47 CET 2007
can anyone please help me on this.we are getting alerts
frequently.need to increase default http time out value form 10 sec to
20 sec.i dont know where default value defined in in the hobbit
From: Perumal, Santoshbabu
Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2007 2:36 PM
To: 'hobbit at hswn.dk'
Subject: RE: [hobbit] how to increate server timeout value
please see the below output
red Mon Nov 26 17:25:33 2007: Server timeout
&red http://www.friedwire.com - Server timeout
http timeouts after 10.08 second and alert us via mail.we need
to increase it to 20 seconds.is there any way to do it
From: Josh Luthman [mailto:josh at imaginenetworksllc.com]
Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2007 1:57 PM
To: hobbit at hswn.dk
Subject: Re: [hobbit] how to increate server timeout value
Can I ask what you mean by server timeout?
On 11/27/07, Perumal, Santoshbabu <santoshbabu_perumal at platts.com >
By default server timeout is 10 seconds.how can i increate
this timeout value to 20 sceconds.i looked into the hobbitserver.cfg but
i did not get any clue.by default where server timeout value defined and
where we need to make chage and increase timeout value.
Thanks in advise.
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