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cbdb-retention-policy Section

Important
The options in the cbdb-retention-policy section manage the retention policy for the Co-browse column families stored in Cassandra. Each option corresponds to one column family (the names do not match one-to-one). If any of the options are omitted, Co-browse Server instructs Cassandra to keep data for 14 days.

livesessionentity

Default Value: 86400 (1 day)
Valid Values: Positive integer greater than number of seconds set in the maxInterval option.
Changes Take Effect: After restart

Specifies the how long, in seconds, to keep data in the live_sessions column family. This column family stores the core Co-browse session state shared in the Co-browse cluster. In normal situations, data from this column family is removed automatically shortly after a session is deactivated (when maxInterval elapses), but the retention policy guarantees that data will always be removed.

sessionhistoryentity

Default Value: 1209600 (14 days)
Valid Values: Positive integer greater than number of seconds set in the maxInterval option.
Changes Take Effect: After restart

Specifies the how long, in seconds, to keep data in the session_history column family. This column family stores session historical data that is accessible through the REST API.

windowhistoryentity

Default Vlue: 86400 (1 day)
Valid Values: Positive integer greater than number of seconds set in the maxInterval option.
Changes Take Effect: After restart

Specifies how long, in seconds, to keep data in the window_history column family. This column family is a temporary store for page navigation information. In normal situations, data from this column family is removed automatically when a session is deactivated, but the retention policy guarantees that data will always be removed.

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