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From carlosduclos <...@git.apache.org>
Subject [GitHub] couchdb-nano issue #18: define a configurable default timeout for all reques...
Date Fri, 17 Mar 2017 13:35:50 GMT
GitHub user carlosduclos opened an issue:

    https://github.com/apache/couchdb-nano/issues/18

    define a configurable default timeout for all request, and provide timeouts for specific
requests

    [Original issue](https://github.com/dscape/nano/issues/305)
    
    __osher__
    Hi,
    I was looking for a way to provide timeouts to specific calls, and/or default timeout
for all requests.
    
    I concluded that there is no such thing, because searching for "timeout" in nano.js yields
nothing (where I expected some entries - at least in the relax function...)
    
    Personally I think that's something that should be facilitated by such a good infrastructure.
    
    If I'm just misreading the picture - I'd be delighted to be directed to how it's done.
    
    If in deed it's not implemented - then - If it fits the spirit here - would you like a
PR to add such functionality?
    
    What I propose to do is:
    1 - add handling of options.timeout in the relax function
    2 - replace access to the higher relax to calls from all methods of doc-scope to calls
to an enclosed relax - one that works with the dbName of the "docScope" - and db.timeout.
    3 - expose the enclosed relax on docScope so it can be used with the defaults enclosed
for it
    4 - have the enclosed db.relax uses db.timeout as timeout to pass to higher relax
    
    mmm - I'm not sure what would be more useful: if timeout should compare against begining
of accepting content from the server, or a "brutal" timeout - i.e - compares against completion
of response...
    let me know what you think. We can implement both, however, the 2nd is simpler.
    
    Thoughts?
    
    __satazor__
    I think you can specify the default timeout with requestDefaults, not sure about specifying
a timeout for each request.

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