- Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform (RHOCP)
- Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA)
- Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated (OSD)
- AWS CLB
- Route timeout configuration does not work properly in OpenShift cluster in AWS.
- Application times out after
60seconds in OSD/ROSA.
- There is an issue with a timeout of calling the public route on OSD or ROSA. After changing the timeout of the router to
70seconds, there is still a timeout after
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For OCP 4
In order to get a higher timeout on the router, the annotation
haproxy.router.openshift.io/timeout=<timeout><time_unit> needs to be added to the route. Refer to Configuring route timeouts for additional information.
To configure additional timeouts in OCP 4, please refer to Change or modify default timeout in HAProxy configurations in Openshift 4.
Note: Starting with OCP 4.11, it's possible to configure idle connection timeouts for AWS CLB directly in the
IngressControlleras per Configuring Classic Load Balancer timeouts on AWS.
For OSD 4 and ROSA 4
The SRE Team has implemented an ELB timeout of
30 minutes across OSD v4 and ROSA clusters:
- In the Cloud Ingress Operator (CIO).
- In the Custom Domains Operator (CDO) (for ROSA STS and ROSA PrivateLink clusters, as the Could Ingress Operator is not deployed with those cluster's configurations).
However, the default
route timeout is currently
30 seconds. Refer to the ROSA documentation to configure the route timeouts with the
haproxy.router.openshift.io/timeout in the
route resources. The same annotation works also for OSD: Configuring route timeouts.
Note: The timeout of the default
IngressControllerin ROSA STS/PrivateLink clusters is
60seconds and cannot be changed as explained in Customize the ingresscontroller in OSD and ROSA. The supported configuration to increase the timeout in ROSA STS clusters is using the CDO.
The default timeout on the AWS ELB is
60 seconds. Starting with OCP 4.11, it's possible to configure idle connection timeouts for AWS CLB in the
Check the configuration of the
$ oc get route [route_name] -n [namespace_name] -o yaml
Check the configuration of the
$ oc get ingresscontroller default-n openshift-ingress-operator
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