Use this parameter to specify the number of milliseconds that cdash waits while checking if the data is ready.
The default value is -1, which means that cdash determines the timeout dynamically.
Note: If there is no data ready to be obfuscated in the timeout period, cdash flushes the buffered data to the collector immediately. Because of this, it's recommended that you specify a timeout value that is larger than the delay between keystrokes: for example, 5000 (equal to 5 seconds). Otherwise, cdash might split the data into multiple segments which would not match the patterns specified in the dash.obfuscate.pattern and dash.obfuscate.regex parameters and therefore the data obfuscation fails.