Thanks Alan. Yes, I think it's reasonable to set a much larger timeout.

The actual delay experienced (annoying as it is) will still be only two seconds.

I'll go ahead with that.


On 03/12/2019 11:08, Alan Bateman wrote:
On 03/12/2019 09:59, Michael McMahon wrote:

8234823: java/net/Socket/ testcase testTimedConnect2() fails on Windows 10
For this one, it should be okay to increase the timeout to a much larger timeout if you want. For example, if the connect timeout is 10s then it will still fail with ConnectException, you'll only get the SocketTimeoutException if it were to exceed 10s.

8234823: java/nio/channels/SocketChannel/ fails on Windows 10
I think this one should be okay to increase to a much larger value too.


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