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Logins that expire after inactivity instead of 12 hours?

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#1 Zeblote



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Posted 12 May 2018 - 02:15 PM

I'm wondering if it's possible to expire the login after a few hours of inactivity instead of a fixed time.

With default settings the login just randomly expires even if I was currently doing something - this is even worse when working with unreal engine, since the editor plugin can't handle this correctly and the whole thing needs to be restarted.

#2 Sambwise


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Posted 15 May 2018 - 05:24 PM

The idea of the default 12 hour timeout is that your work day is less than 12 hours long -- i.e. if you start working at 9am you'll login at that time, your ticket will expire at 9pm, and you'll login first thing next morning.  If your work day is actually more like 16 hours long maybe the fix is to make the timeout 20 hours instead?

If you want it to be activity-based you'll need to Macgyver something yourself -- you could give yourself an unlimited timeout and then set up some sort of activity-monitoring system (depends how you define "activity" -- running Perforce commands?  Being at your computer?) to "p4 logout" you after that period.

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