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Automatically perform action in client side when the session expires - Stack Overflow
You can use PrimeFaces idle monitor for this. User is redirected to logout action after timeout to invalidate the session. 2 minutes before a countdown dialog is shown to warn user. After moving the mouse again session is extended.
jsf  primefaces  development  software  timeout  session 
6 weeks ago by rsewan
Best practice with retries with requests - Peterbe.com
I have a lot of code that does response = requests.get(...) in various Python projects. This is nice and simple but the problem is that networks are unreliable. So it's a good idea to wrap these network calls with retries. Here's one such implementation.
python  requests  timeout 
11 weeks ago by lbjay
Fix for WiFi Push Notifications Delay on Android - Stack Pointer
Brief Introduction to Google Push Notifications

In a nutshell, Google’s push notifications service work by making a connection on TCP port 5228 between the phone and Google servers.

Normally, TCP connections will be forced closed after an idle timeout. To prevent the connection from timing out, Android sends a periodic heartbeat every 15 minutes if you are on WiFi and every 28 minutes if you are on a mobile data connection.

So if the TCP connection is terminated by a network element (e.g. the WiFi router in this case) due to a TCP timeout, any new push notifications from Google servers will not be sent to the Android device. The push notifications will only be received when the mobile phone re-establishes the connection by sending a heartbeat to the Google push notification servers.
Fix on WiFi Router

To fix the problem, we will have to make sure that the TCP timeout on the WiFi router is more than 15 minutes.
router tcp settings for google push notifications delay

I had initially tuned the TCP parameters on my WiFi router to improve the performance of P2P applications. One of the parameters that I modified was the TCP timeout parameter – I had changed it to 10 minutes from the default setting of 20 minutes (1200 seconds). I reverted the changes and reset the timeout to 20 minutes (or 1200 seconds).

Similarly, on your router, look for a “TCP Timeout” or similar setting and set it 20 minutes (with a buffer of 5 minutes in addition to the 15 minute heartbeat interval).

After the changes were made on my WiFi router, I did not experience any further delay on push notifications on my Android phone.
Alternative Fix on Android Mobile

If you are unable to modify the settings on your WiFi router for whatever reason, or if you suspect that it’s not the WiFi router issue, then there’s another alternative – reduce the heartbeat timer on your Android mobile.

To do that, install the Push Notifications Fixer app on your mobile. This app allows you to reduce the heartbeat interval to a low value (recommended value of 5 minutes) thereby increasing the chances of keeping the connection alive.
android  pushnotifications  router  keepalive  timeout 
august 2019 by noah
python - What is the global default timeout - Stack Overflow | https://stackoverflow.com/
The answer is it's compiled into the kernel. Just use the 'timeout=' parameter to urlllib.request.urlopen if you're tired of waiting.
python  webdevel  timeout  urllib  sortof  solution 
july 2019 by kme
Very slow ssh logins on Fedora 22 · major.io
"systemctl restart systemd-logind.service" to fix "Failed to activate service 'org.freedesktop.login1': timed out" in /var/log/syslog
systemd  timeout  ssh  login 
july 2019 by clepple

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