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Packetbeat has an internal timeout that it uses to time out transactions and TCP connections when no packets have been seen for a long time.
To process long running transactions, you can specify a larger value for the
option. However, keep in mind that very large timeout values can increase memory usage if messages are lost or transaction
response messages are not sent.