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How to set CLI session timeout
Q:

How do I enable CLI Session timeout at cluster level?



A:

We can configure the below option under Cluster wide parameters as shown below.

 

Set the timeout and leave the session idle to ensure it disconnects the session when the timeout has elapsed

 

 

NOTE : If this parameter is changed, the changes will take effect only when the client opens a new CLI session. Any active CLI sessions will continue to use the old timeout or they have to be disconnected and reconnected for the new changes to take effect.

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