[Deploying Sakai] Sakai session timeout?
Will.Humphries at tufts.edu
Thu Jun 19 10:32:42 PDT 2014
Thanks, everyone. Tufts' timeout is set to 30 minutes, apparently
shorter than average! I asked this question because we're considering
On 6/18/14 5:06 PM, Laura Gekeler wrote:
> HI Will.
> At the University of Notre Dame, we've set it to 2 hrs. I know that
> seems like a long time, but we've historically done it for instructors
> who work on course development straight out of Sakai and students who
> prep for exams. I think it could be reduced.
> How long does Tufts have their timeout values set to?
> Laura Gekeler
> LMS Administrator //Concurrent Instructor
> University of Notre Dame
> On Wed, Jun 18, 2014 at 11:38 AM, Will Humphries
> <Will.Humphries at tufts.edu <mailto:Will.Humphries at tufts.edu>> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> At your institution, how long can a user be inactive before their
> session expires?
> If you're unsure, I think this should be set with
> inactiveInterval at org.sakaiproject.tool.api.SessionManager in
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