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Add timeout settings (default to 5 minutes) #14277

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dadoonet opened this Issue Oct 26, 2015 · 0 comments

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dadoonet commented Oct 26, 2015

When using azure repository, we should set default timeout to 5 minutes. Retry default is 3 times.

client.getDefaultRequestOptions().setTimeoutIntervalInMs(5 * 60 * 1000);   // 5 minutes

See original commit: craigwi/elasticsearch-cloud-azure@6926134

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dadoonet added a commit to dadoonet/elasticsearch that referenced this issue Dec 29, 2015

Add timeout settings (default to 5 minutes)
By default, azure does not timeout. This commit adds support for a timeout settings which defaults to 5 minutes.
It's a timeout **per request** not a global timeout for a snapshot request.

It can be defined globally, per account or both. Defaults to `5m`.

```yml
cloud:
    azure:
        storage:
            timeout: 10s
            my_account1:
                account: your_azure_storage_account1
                key: your_azure_storage_key1
                default: true
            my_account2:
                account: your_azure_storage_account2
                key: your_azure_storage_key2
                timeout: 30s
```

In this example, timeout will be 10s for `my_account1` and 30s for `my_account2`.

Closes elastic#14277.

dadoonet added a commit to dadoonet/elasticsearch that referenced this issue Jan 19, 2016

Add timeout settings (default to 5 minutes)
By default, azure does not timeout. This commit adds support for a timeout settings which defaults to 5 minutes.
It's a timeout **per request** not a global timeout for a snapshot request.

It can be defined globally, per account or both. Defaults to `5m`.

```yml
cloud:
    azure:
        storage:
            timeout: 10s
            my_account1:
                account: your_azure_storage_account1
                key: your_azure_storage_key1
                default: true
            my_account2:
                account: your_azure_storage_account2
                key: your_azure_storage_key2
                timeout: 30s
```

In this example, timeout will be 10s for `my_account1` and 30s for `my_account2`.

Backport of elastic#15080 in 2.x branch.

Related to elastic#14277.

dadoonet added a commit that referenced this issue Jan 19, 2016

Add timeout settings (default to 5 minutes)
By default, azure does not timeout. This commit adds support for a timeout settings which defaults to 5 minutes.
It's a timeout **per request** not a global timeout for a snapshot request.

It can be defined globally, per account or both. Defaults to `5m`.

```yml
cloud:
    azure:
        storage:
            timeout: 10s
            my_account1:
                account: your_azure_storage_account1
                key: your_azure_storage_key1
                default: true
            my_account2:
                account: your_azure_storage_account2
                key: your_azure_storage_key2
                timeout: 30s
```

In this example, timeout will be 10s for `my_account1` and 30s for `my_account2`.

Backport of #15080 (#15950) in 2.2 branch.

Related to #14277.

dadoonet added a commit that referenced this issue Jan 19, 2016

Add timeout settings (default to 5 minutes)
By default, azure does not timeout. This commit adds support for a timeout settings which defaults to 5 minutes.
It's a timeout **per request** not a global timeout for a snapshot request.

It can be defined globally, per account or both. Defaults to `5m`.

```yml
cloud:
    azure:
        storage:
            timeout: 10s
            my_account1:
                account: your_azure_storage_account1
                key: your_azure_storage_key1
                default: true
            my_account2:
                account: your_azure_storage_account2
                key: your_azure_storage_key2
                timeout: 30s
```

In this example, timeout will be 10s for `my_account1` and 30s for `my_account2`.

Backport of #15080 (#15950) in 2.0 branch.

Related to #14277.

dadoonet added a commit that referenced this issue Jan 19, 2016

Add timeout settings (default to 5 minutes)
By default, azure does not timeout. This commit adds support for a timeout settings which defaults to 5 minutes.
It's a timeout **per request** not a global timeout for a snapshot request.

It can be defined globally, per account or both. Defaults to `5m`.

```yml
cloud:
    azure:
        storage:
            timeout: 10s
            my_account1:
                account: your_azure_storage_account1
                key: your_azure_storage_key1
                default: true
            my_account2:
                account: your_azure_storage_account2
                key: your_azure_storage_key2
                timeout: 30s
```

In this example, timeout will be 10s for `my_account1` and 30s for `my_account2`.

Backport of #15080 (#15950) in 2.1 branch.

Related to #14277.
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