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Cisco Bug: CSCup70824 - usmcli session times out after 60 seconds

Last Modified

Dec 29, 2014

Products (1)

  • Cisco Hosted Collaboration Solution (HCS)

Known Affected Releases

4.4(3)ER1

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Details:
When leaving the usmcli session untouched, it logs the user out after 30
seconds. Leaving the message :

-----------------------------------
Session will timeout in 30 seconds
-----------------------------------

In the /usr/bin/voss-cli code on line 59 the value is set to 30 seconds. 

59     def __init__(self, timeout=30):
60         self.timer = timeout
61         self.warned = False
62         self.prompt = '=>'


The bug defining this issue 22043 does not contain a timeout period
specification. However, it does state that "This can be configurable by user
but should be turned on by default."

30 Seconds is too short. The default should rather be 300 seconds. However, it
would be preferable that the configuration of this facility be provided to the
usmcli user.




Steps to Reproduce:
1.Log in to a usmcli session on 4.4.3 and leave it.
2.Wait for a few seconds and the warning appears
3.30 seconds later the user is disconnected from the server.

Conditions:
Details:
When leaving the usmcli session untouched, it logs the user out after 30
seconds. Leaving the message :

-----------------------------------
Session will timeout in 30 seconds
-----------------------------------

In the /usr/bin/voss-cli code on line 59 the value is set to 30 seconds. 

59     def __init__(self, timeout=30):
60         self.timer = timeout
61         self.warned = False
62         self.prompt = '=>'


The bug defining this issue 22043 does not contain a timeout period
specification. However, it does state that "This can be configurable by user
but should be turned on by default."

30 Seconds is too short. The default should rather be 300 seconds. However, it
would be preferable that the configuration of this facility be provided to the
usmcli user.




Steps to Reproduce:
1.Log in to a usmcli session on 4.4.3 and leave it.
2.Wait for a few seconds and the warning appears
3.30 seconds later the user is disconnected from the server.
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