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Timeout configuration for Dremio connection

Hello. I am working on a dashboard that connects directly to a Dremio datasource. I am getting the following error message: 

"Handshake timed out (HandshakeTimeout=5) while trying to connect to local=server_name:31010. Check whether the Dremio server is running in a healthy state or increase the timeout."


I've researched, but there are instructions on how to increase timeout when connecting to SQL or Web, but haven't found anything that explains how to increase timeout for a Dremio Software connection. 


Does anyone know how to modify this? 



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Hello, Liu. I tried the solution you're suggesting. I even did it before creating my own post, but keep getting same error message. Message refers to converting value true to type text, as you could see in the image below. 

I did several research on this, but haven't found any kind of solution for it. 

If there were any other option or advise you could provide, it would be great. 




Hi @jjac_pbi_1979 


Did you solve this issue?


I'm having the same problem.


Cannot find a way to pass the "ConnectionTimeout" parameter, since the Dremio.DatabasesV300 only accept 5 parameters, wich the last 3 of then is a nullable text.



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Hi. Sorry for my late response, but your post didn't solve my issue. Thanks anyway. 

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