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Andre_Sostizzo
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Timeout Values Related To QlikView Deployment

QlikView Management Console (QMC)

 

Document Timeout

This value controls how long a document will be allowed to stay in memory before the QlikView Server (QVS) unloads the document and reclaims the resources. This timer begins counting down when there are no user sessions left in the document. 

Location:  QMC > System > Setup > QVS@ > Documents tab
Default: 480 (minutes

Max Inactive Session Timeout

This the maximum idle time a user is allowed before the QVS ends the user session.

Location: QMC > System > Setup > QVS@ > Performance tab
Default: 1800 (seconds)

Possible Session Timeout

This setting coincides with the number of concurrent sessions setting to determine if any 'old' sessions can be taken to provide access to a new user coming into the environment.

Location: QMC > System> Setup > QVS@ > Performance tab
Default: 1800 (seconds)

Max Total Session Time

This setting allows for the QVS to control the maximum time a user is allowed for any given session.

Location: QMC > System> Setup > QVS@ > Performance tab
Default:

 

QlikView Distribution Service (QDS)

 

Global Task Timeout

Set global task timeouts

Location: Program Files\QlikView\Publisher\Distribution Service\QlikviewDistributionService.exe.config
Default: <add key="AbsoluteMaximumMinutesBeforeTaskTimeout" value="1440"/>

DSCTimeoutSeconds

Time QDS will wait for DSC to reply to a user/group lookup request

Location: Program Files\QlikView\Publisher\Distribution Service\QlikviewDistributionService.exe.config
Default: 120 (seconds)

DSCCacheSeconds

The amount of time the QDS caches users/groups looked up by the DSC request

Location: Program Files\QlikView\Publisher\Distribution Service\QlikviewDistributionService.exe.config
Default: 900 (seconds)

QvbWaitTimeoutMinutes

The amount of time the task will wait for a QVB distribution engine to free up before the task is killed and not run
NOTE: There will likely be 'save' errors if the task cannot get a QVB process within 300 minutes of being launched, so setting to a value larger than 300 is not recommended.

Location: Program Files\QlikView\Publisher\Distribution Service\QlikviewDistributionService.exe.config
Default: 45 (minutes)

Seconds to wait before QVB Kill

The time the Distribution Service will wait for the document to close. If QlikView engine handles very large documents it might not respond, to prevent this, increase the value for the setting.
(Note: not in the exe.config by default in the 12.xx tracks and the unlisted default value is decreased to 16 seconds(QVII-170))

Location: Program Files\QlikView\Publisher\Distribution Service\QlikviewDistributionService.exe.config
Default: <add key="SecondsToWaitBeforeQVBKill" value="60"/> 

SocketTimeOutInSeconds

Modify when a task fails due to communication with QlikView Server failed (Timedout).

Example:


<!-- Adjust the time the reload engine waits for the QVS to finish writing to disc during distribution -->
    <add key="SocketTimeOutInSeconds" value="120" />

Location: Program Files\QlikView\Publisher\Distribution Service\QlikviewDistributionService.exe.config
Default: 60 seconds

 

QlikView Server (QVS)

 

Document Timeout

Same as the QMC setting, but in seconds.  Does not appear in the Settings.ini until the default is changed in the QMC settings.

Location: C:\ProgramData\QlikTech\QlikViewServer\settings.ini
Default: 28800 (seconds)

 

QlikView Directory Service Connector (DSC)

 

Cache expiration

The time the DSC holds the user/group information after lookup returned from the directory source.

Location: QEMC > System> Setup > DSC@ > Active Directory > General > Edit icon
Default: 60 (minutes)

Service timeout 

The amount of time the DSC waits for the directory resource to reply back to the query request.

Location: QEMC > System> Setup > DSC@ > Active Directory > General > Edit icon
Default: 30 (seconds)

QlikView Webserver (QVWS)

QVSTimeout

Valid for version 11.20 SR15 and older; 12.0 and 12.10

This setting is for the Full Browser client (Ajax) only, and is the amount of time the web server will wait for the QVS to respond to any Ajax request sent to the QVS.

Location: C:\ProgramData\QlikTech\WebServer\config.xml
Default: 60 (seconds)

SocketTimeOutInSeconds
Valid for 11.20 SR16 and later; 12.20 IR and later.

This setting is for the Full Browser client (Ajax)  only, and is the amount of time the web server will wait for the QVS to respond to any Ajax request sent to the QVS.

Location: C:\Program Files\QlikView\Server\Web Server\QVWebServer.exe.config
Default: 30 (seconds)

SessionCookieTimeout

The amount of time the QVWS/Settings service will cache the user/group information, at the expiry of the cookie, the service must request the information from the DSC again.

Location: C:\ProgramData\QlikTech\WebServer\config.xml
Default: 30 (minutes) 

Microsoft IIS 

Timeout related settings on IIS that can be relevant to review if there are issues or problem with timeouts when accessing QlikView through IIS. For more detail on specific IIS settings, please refer to Microsoft documentation. 
 

  SocketTimeOutInSeconds Location

Default Web Site* > Application Settings > right-click & choose Add

*(if not using Default Web Site, select the web site which was chosen during the QlikView Settings Service installation process)

This setting is for the Full Browser client (Ajax)  only, and is the amount of time the web server will wait for the QVS to respond to any Ajax request sent to the QVS.
Default  
Connection Timeout Location Website > Advanced Settings > Connection Limits > Connection Time-out When you make any changes to the Connection Time-out setting for the Web site, it gets reflected in the applicationHost.config.
Default  
Application Pool Idle Timeout Location Application Pool > Advanced Settings > Process Model > Set Idle Time-out Time out is defined in minutes and is the amount of time the user session can be inactive before the app pool resets the user session.
Default 20 minutes
ASP Session Timeout Location Sites > your-website-domain.com > ASP > Session Properties > Time-out  
Default  
Web Session Timeout Location Sites > your-website-domain.com > Configuration Editor > system.web/sessionState > Set Timeout  
Default  
Cookie Timeout Location Sites > your-website-domain.com > Configuration Editor > system.web/roleManager > Set cookieTimeout  
Default  
CGI Timeout Location CGI feature page > CGI timeout value  
Default  
Login Timeout Location   remote login timeout
Default  
Query Timeout Location servername > properties > connection tab > query timeout value  
Default  

ASP .NET

ASP Setting for IIS 7.0 / IIS 7.5

  1. On the Web server, click Start, point to Control Panel, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.     
  2. Expand the local computer node, expand Web Sites, select the appropriate web site and double-click Session State in the right hand panel.     
  3. Change the setting for Time-Out.               

ASP Script Timeout Settings for IIS 7.0 / IIS 7.5

  1. On the Web server, click Start, point to Control Panel, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager .     
  2. Expand the local computer node, expand Web Sites, select the appropriate web site and double-click ASP in the right hand panel.          
  3. In the ASP window, expand 'Limits Properties' and change the Script Timeout value. 

Windows Service Timeout

Windows service control timeout Location http://support.microsoft.com/kb/839803/en-us Used to resolve COMException (0x80010108)
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Anonymous
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Settings are case sensitive.

 

So correct is "SecondsToWaitBeforeQVBKill"

 

Best regards,

Roland

Sonja_Bauernfeind
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Digital Support

@Anonymous  Thank you, Roland! Corrected it. 

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