Setting the connection timeout of a resource pool

Use this procedure to set the length of time the scheduler waits for a disconnected delegate host to rejoin its pool before moving the services scheduled for the delegate to a different host in the pool. This feature is useful for remote resource pools that are connected through a high-latency, wide-area network.
  1. Log in to the master host as a user with serviced CLI privileges.
  2. Display the list of resource pools and their connection timeout values.
    serviced pool list -v | grep -E 'ID|ConnectionTimeout'
  3. Optional: Set the connection timeout value of a resource pool.
    This command accepts the following units identifiers:
    • ms (milliseconds)
    • s (seconds)
    • m (minutes)
    • h (hours)
    Replace Pool-ID with a resource pool identifier, and replace Timeout+Units with an integer followed by a units identifier:
    serviced pool set-conn-timeout Pool-ID Timeout+Units