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Printing job failed with error 140 on RHEL 7.4

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TitlePrinting job failed with error 140 on RHEL 7.4
URL NamePrinting-job-failed-with-error-140-on-RHEL-7-4
Article Number000110865
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: 11.6.4
OS: Red Hat Enterprise 7.4
Question/Problem Description
Printing job failed with error 140 on RHEL 7.4
Error 140 when a print job takes more than a couple seconds
 
Steps to Reproduce1.
Output to printer.
display "hello".
pause 10 no-message.
output close.

2.
for file in `cat testlp`
do
echo $file
sleep 1
done | lp -dwe.PREM -s
Clarifying Information
Same procedure works on RHEL 5 and OE 10 when specify  Timeout 0 in cupsd.conf.
Network printer in local LAN and under same VLAN.

 
Error Message** Pipe to subprocess has been broken. (140)
Defect/Enhancement Number
Cause
RedHat printer configuration.
Resolution
Remove the Timeout 0 line from the cupsd.conf file.
Or specify a different value.
Examples:
 
Timeout 1w 
Timeout 1d 
Timeout 1h 
Timeout 5m 
Timeout 300 

Description 
The Timeout directive controls the amount of time to wait before an active HTTP or IPP request times out in seconds (no suffix), minutes ("m" suffix), hours ("h" suffix), days ("d" suffix), or weeks ("w" suffix). 
The default timeout is 5m (five minutes).
Workaround
Notes
Last Modified Date4/9/2018 5:49 PM
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