RapidIdentity Product Guide: Legacy UI

System

The System interface allows administrators to configure Thread Pool, HTTP Client, Log Retention values, and whether to allow weak cryptographic algorithms for an SSH/SFTP client.

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Thread Pool defines the default number of thread lines present when returning search results for each action or Action Set. Acceptable thread line numbers are 5-100 inclusive.

HTTP Client defines the default connection and socket timeout in milliseconds. The connection timeout value is the time allowed to form the TCP connection, and the socket timeout value is the timeout for responses to individual requests. The default values are 30000 ms (30 seconds) for the default connection and 600000 ms (10 minutes) for the socket timeout. The upper limit for each of these values is 214,783,647 milliseconds or about 59.6 hours. It is possible that a response could take longer than 10 minutes, and in those cases, it is advisable to adjust the timeout value on a case by case basis rather than setting the timeout value to zero.

Log Retention defines the number of days to retain the job and run logs. Administrators can option to always retain or define a specific number; acceptable values are 1-36500 inclusive.

This interface also contains a link to access RapidAppliance: Open RapidAppliance Settings.

SSH/SFTP Client provides administrators the option to allow weak cryptographic algorithms. Specific algorithms can be defined using the options parameter with the openRemoteCLI() and openRemoteCLIWithCert() actions. An algorithm specified by either of these actions override the selection of this particular System setting.