Specifies the timeout period for the protection group in seconds. The timeout period is the
longest time Geographic Edition waits for a response after you run a geopg command,
such as geopg start, geopg stop, geopg
switchover, and geopg takeover. If the command does not respond within
the timeout period, the Geographic Edition framework reports the operation as timed out, even if the
underlying command eventually completes successfully.
You should identify the amount of time required to perform a role-reversal of the data
replication, and set the timeout value to 150% to 200% of that value to ensure enough time for the
role-reversal to complete.
To ensure that an operation has finished on the remote cluster, check system status after a
timeout before attempting the operation again. For more information, see Troubleshooting Migration Problems
The timeout period applies to operations on a per-cluster basis. An operation with a local
scope times out if the operation does not complete after the specified timeout period.
An operation with a global scope consists of an action on the local cluster and an action on
the remote cluster. The local and remote action are timed separately so that an operation with a
global scope times out during one of the following conditions:
Tuning recommendations: This property can be tuned only
when the protection group is offline.
Range: 20-1000000 seconds