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What value in ArrayOS is equivalent to "SSLSessionCacheTimeout" from Apache mod_ssl?
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There is an equivalent value for this on the SP and TM. However, the timeout
not configurable. You can only switch the session reuse on (use ssl session
caching) or off (disable ssl session caching).
Switching of ssl session caching will result in some performance degradation
since the SSL module will have to do more work.
This property can be controlled using:
[no] ssl settings reuse "<vhost>"
The default value we use for the session cache timeout is 1 day. This is not
configurable. However, if we run out of session caches, we will recycle the
oldest entry.

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