Hi -

I just verified that it works as expected with the latest HDP sandbox for
2.6.5.

I started the sandbox, changed the TTL param in the KnoxSSO service in
knoxsso.xml from 30000 to -1, saved and restarted.
I think used the Knox Admin UI to view the topologies that are deployed to
the instance and it had the -1 value for the TTL param.

While there may be a difference between the versions, I have not
encountered this issue before at all.

Is it possible that there is a permissions issue on the files?
Was this cluster upgraded from a previous version?

At any rate, I think that there is an issue with the cluster rather that
with the knox.py script though I'm not really sure what that condition is
even checking.

This doesn't really solve anything for you but hope it is helpful in some
way.

thanks,

--larry
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