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Session settings and timeouts in OCI

In Cloud, DBA, OCI on October 26, 2021 at 14:41

The following question in the Oracle Groundbreakers Developer Community forum made me investigate on how to change the session timeout in the Oracle Cloud console. Have a look, it is still for some reason unanswered:

For those who use Oracle Cloud Infrastructure on daily basis, they know that the default session timeout is 480 minutes although in my case it is an hour – so often after you switch to the OCI tab, you see the following screen:

Here is the way how you can change it to a longer period with 32767 minutes being the maximum allowed.

Step 1: Open the Service User Console

Step 2: Open the Identity Cloud Service Admin Console:

Step 3: From the Dashboard, choose “Settings” and from there “Session Settings”:

Step 4: Set the “Session Duration” to a longer period of time:

Step 5: Saving the settings to the new value: I chose the maximum which is 32767 minutes:

Here are some additional resources:

Administering Oracle Identity Cloud Service

How to Change the Default Session Timeout Value for IDCS (Oracle Identity Cloud Service) in a P6 Cloud Environment (Doc ID 2812372.1)

Note that there are other setting besides session session: user settings, default settings and partner settings.

You can try also the Console Settings (thanks to Simo Vilmunen) but there I am getting a show stopper:

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