The housekeeper on a client does not talk to the server.

All the best,

  - Aparajita

> On Mar 2, 2018, at 10:11 AM, Doug Hall <doughall...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> I'm debugging some 4D Client/Server issues, where connections are being
> dropped (probably by our router/firewall).
> 
> I know that the "idle connections timeout" setting is involved, and I'm
> going to set it to 180 seconds:
> 
> *SET DATABASE PARAMETER*(Idle connections timeout;180)
> 
>  // 4D Remote mode timeout is only relevant in legacy network layer.
> 
> What about the "4D Server timeout" database network setting? Could this be
> related at all to the idle connections? I have it set to "forever" in the
> Database Settings dialog, because we're running our production web server
> on 4D Client -- and I NEVER want that connection broken.
> 
> Regardless of whether it's involved, I'd like to be able to disconnect
> other 4D clients that aren't using 4D Server. We usually have someone
> applying for a job on our website which SHOULD keep the Web Client's
> connection active, but I don't want to chance that, if we have a very slow
> day. Aparajita, does the A4D Housekeeper chatter at all with the Web Server
> machine? If so, I can feel confident that this connection will never be
> severed by setting this value to disconnect users that have been idle for,
> let's say a couple of hours.
> 
> I'd like to do this...
> 
> *SET DATABASE PARAMETER*(4D Server timeout;120)
> 
> 
> Will that be safe???
> 
> Thanks,
> Doug
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