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Changing inactive Timeout on CSS

Hello,

Can the inactive timeout be changed on a content switch running v8.10.2.05 without impacting current sessions, or will I be required to suspend the content rule to prevent disruption and/or required for the change to take effect?

Thanks

Pradeep

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Re: Changing inactive Timeout on CSS

Pradeep,

you can change it without suspending the content rule.

CSS11503-2(config-owner-content[gdufour-WWW])# sticky-inact-timeout 6

CSS11503-2(config-owner-content[gdufour-WWW])# acti

%% Content rule is already active

CSS11503-2(config-owner-content[gdufour-WWW])# sticky-inact-timeout 8

CSS11503-2(config-owner-content[gdufour-WWW])#

Be aware that the timeout will only be applied to new entries. So existing entries will timeout with the current idle timeout.

Gilles.

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Cisco Employee

Re: Changing inactive Timeout on CSS

the only way to change the idle timeout is the command 'flow-timeout-multiplier ' which does require you to suspend the content rule.

CSS11503-2(config-owner-content[gdufour-WWW])# flow-timeout-multiplier 4

%% Attribute may not be modified on active rule

CSS11503-2(config-owner-content[gdufour-WWW])#

Gilles.

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Re: Changing inactive Timeout on CSS

Giles,

Sorry, I wasn't clear, but I am talking about the sticky timeout - "sticky-inact-timeout x"

I have it as follows:

content Agents-Prod

vip address x.x.x.x

protocol tcp

port 80

balance weightedrr

add service Agents1-Prod

add service Agents2-Prod

add service Agents3-Prod

primarySorryServer Agents-ProdSorry

redundant-index 64

advanced-balance sticky-srcip

sticky-inact-timeout 6

active

Thanks,

Pradeep

Cisco Employee

Re: Changing inactive Timeout on CSS

Pradeep,

you can change it without suspending the content rule.

CSS11503-2(config-owner-content[gdufour-WWW])# sticky-inact-timeout 6

CSS11503-2(config-owner-content[gdufour-WWW])# acti

%% Content rule is already active

CSS11503-2(config-owner-content[gdufour-WWW])# sticky-inact-timeout 8

CSS11503-2(config-owner-content[gdufour-WWW])#

Be aware that the timeout will only be applied to new entries. So existing entries will timeout with the current idle timeout.

Gilles.

Community Member

Re: Changing inactive Timeout on CSS

Thank you Giles!

Pradeep

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