· Sep 21, 2023 1m read

Description of each timeout value that can be set in the default parameter of Web gateway/CSP gateway management

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The meaning of each timeout value is as follows.

1. [Server response timeout]

If IRIS/Caché processing (routine or query execution) does not finish within this set time, the browser will return an error.

For example, if this value is 60 seconds and it takes 90 seconds to execute a routine/method/query, an error will occur.

2. [Queued request timeout]

For each IRIS/Caché server configured in CSP/REST, you can limit the number of processes that can run CSP/REST concurrently.

For example, when the maximum number of server connections is 3 and if multiple pages that take several tens of seconds to display are requested at the same time, the 4th and subsequent requests will enter a "queue" on the Web/CSP gateway and will be in a waiting state. The maximum time to wait in this queue is the (2) timeout.

3. [Inactivity Timeout]

With CSP/REST, multiple waiting processes can be created on the IRIS/Caché server, and there is a possibility that waiting processes can reach the "maximum number of server connections".

This timeout value is how long each process waits for the next request.

After the timeout, the process will automatically die (these processes do not consume any license).

Please refer to the following document pages for details.

Connection to InterSystems IRIS [IRIS]

Connection to Caché

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