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Default Time-Out

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From time to time we get a timed out status with no response time. How long does the script wait for the site to respond before it times out and is that threshold configurable?

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Re: Default Time-Out

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Looks like it may be 30 seconds.

bin]$ grep -i timeout *.py
modular_input.py:        def __init__(self, timeout=30):
web_ping.py:    def __init__(self, timeout=30, thread_limit=None):
web_ping.py:        if timeout > 0:
web_ping.py:            self.timeout = timeout
web_ping.py:            self.timeout = 30
web_ping.py:    def determine_auth_type(cls, url, proxies=None, timeout=None, cert=None, logger=None):
web_ping.py:        timeout -- The amount of time to quit waiting on a connection
web_ping.py:            http = requests.get(url.geturl(), proxies=proxies, timeout=timeout, cert=cert,
web_ping.py:    def ping(cls, url, username=None, password=None, timeout=30, proxy_type=None,
web_ping.py:        timeout -- The amount of time to quit waiting on a connection.
web_ping.py:        # Make sure that a timeout is not None since that is infinite
web_ping.py:        if timeout is None:
web_ping.py:            timeout = 30
web_ping.py:            auth_type = cls.determine_auth_type(url, proxies=proxies, timeout=timeout, cert=cert,
web_ping.py:                http = requests.get(url.geturl(), proxies=proxies, timeout=timeout, cert=cert, verify=False, auth=auth, headers=headers)
web_ping.py:        except requests.exceptions.Timeout:
web_ping.py:        timeout = self.timeout
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