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Old 09.04.2020, 14:19
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the timestamps should indicate when request was requested vs received.
on the data side of thing its not logged the last time a data packet was received, and how long the transmission between packetless causing the timeout. I guess you can assume via the http request preheader (its present) there, and work backwards from the timeout error exception.

from one of my logs with default settings
Code:
----------------Request Information-------------
...
Connection-Timeout: 20000ms
Read-Timeout: 60000ms
----------------Request-------------------------
please note that I do remember some operating systems at the TCP/IP stack prevent sockets from been open without data transfer for extended periods, regardless of settings within application/client.
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