The config you copy/pasted is from ACE load-balancer. Inactivity timer on ACE specifies the period of time that the ACE keeps (if possible) the IP address sticky information for a client connection in the sticky table after the latest client connection terminates. The ACE resets the sticky timer for a specific sticky-table entry each time that the module opens a new connection.
The sticky-inact-timeout commands is from CSS load-balancer (from a different platform). There it has slightly different effect. By default, new sticky connection uses the oldest used sticky entry. A sticky association could exist for a time depending on the sticky traffic load on the CSS. Use the sticky-inact-timeout command to specify the inactivity timeout period on a sticky connection for a content rule before the CSS removes the sticky entry from the sticky table. When you configure this period, the CSS keeps the sticky entry in the sticky table for the specified amount of time.
First of all which load-balancer do you have and which sw version is it running?
Assuming it is ACE, the sticky entry will be in the database 30 mins after the last connection matching that entry is terminated. Therefore you also have to take in account the TCP timeout (default is one hour). To specify that the ACE time out IP address sticky table entries even if active connections exist after the sticky timer expires, use the timeoutactiveconns command in sticky-IP configuration mode.
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