It is a nested dictionary whose contents map a database alias to a dictionary containing the options for an individual database. This allows interacting with third-party databases that store datetimes in local time rather than UTC.
e.g.: (approximately 1 year, in seconds) The age of CSRF cookies, in seconds.
The reason for setting a long-lived expiration time is to avoid problems in the case of a user closing a browser or bookmarking a page and then loading that page from a browser cache.
This is used for explicit TLS connections, generally on port 587.
If you are experiencing hanging connections, see the implicit TLS setting Whether to use an implicit TLS (secure) connection when talking to the SMTP server.
The A dictionary containing the settings for all caches to be used with Django.
It is a nested dictionary whose contents maps cache aliases to a dictionary containing the options for an individual cache.
Large requests could be used as a denial-of-service attack vector if left unchecked.
Since web servers don’t typically perform deep request inspection, it’s not possible to perform a similar check at that level. Applications that are expected to receive an unusually large number of form fields should tune this setting.
They can use different cookie paths, and each instance will only see its own CSRF cookie.
(Empty dictionary) A dictionary containing the settings for all databases to be used with Django.
If you enable this and need to send the value of the CSRF token with an AJAX request, your Java Script must pull the value from a hidden CSRF token form input on the page instead of from the cookie. This should either match the URL path of your Django installation or be a parent of that path.