When running InTime in Linux with SSH Agent enabled, you encounter an error message saying,
“This process ran longer than the timeout period (00:00:30) specified for it.”
or similar when submitting a job to the InTime Server.
This may be because there are many hosts that InTime needs to log onto in order to launch InTime Agent(s). The total time allocated to the login and launch steps is limited to 30 seconds by default.
Resolution #1 (v3.2.3 and earlier):
Reduce the number of hosts or number of concurrent runs.
Resolution #2 (v3.2.4 and later):
Set an environment variable called "PL_TIMEOUT_SSHAGENT" and assign it a higher value of 60000 (milliseconds), as an example.
[user@host ~]$ export PL_TIMEOUT_SSHAGENT=60000 [user@host ~]$ ./intime.sh
or set it in a Tcl script.
[user@host ~]$ cat mytest.tcl set ::env(PL_TIMEOUT_SSHAGENT) 60000 misc set sshagent enable host1, host2, host3, host4, host5 project open /home/user/myproject/project.tcl flow reset flow set run_target private_cloud flow set runs_per_round 10 flow set rounds 1 flow set concurrent_runs 10 flow run_recipe "hot_start"
- Linux Operating System
Knowledge Base ID: 202108191 - Last Review: Aug 19 2021 - Revision: 1.0