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Created on Oct 20, 2022

allow --draining-timeout-seconds to be bigger than 1 hour

The argument --draining-timeout-seconds to batch "C:\tibco\tsnm\12.0.1\nm\graceful-shutdown.bat" is limited to less than 86400(seconds, 1 hour),

one of my customers wants to set a bigger value because NM(AS) might be executing a big job that could take much longer.

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    Miguel Díez
    Apr 4, 2024

    Hi Wei,

    Do you mean the job takes more than 86400 seconds? That is, more than 24h? That is the current max hard limit for the --draining-timeout-seconds.

    How much do you estimate that job (or your longest job) should take?