ID: 8989
Updated by: sbergmann
Old-Status: Open
Status: Feedback
Bug Type: *Session related
Operating system: 
PHP Version: 4.0.4pl1
Assigned To: 

Does this problem persist with a recent version of PHP 4 (like latest CVS or PHP 

Previous Comments:

[2001-01-29 18:06:15] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
v4.0.4pl1 CGI version, with or without v1 of Zend Optimizer,
is once again demonstrating similar session file generation
as I reported earlier in BUG #5493.  It looks like an old
bug has snuck back in the code.

I believe BUG #8912 also relates to same issue.  Note I have
not yet tested the ISAPI module.

Using the same script as in BUG #5493, I am now seeing
similar, though not the same activity.  Firing up a new
browser, here is what I am seeing as I load the pages
Page1.PHP thru Page4.PHP IN ORDER:

 1. Page1 creates sessionid file
 2. Page2 updates initial file fine
 3. Page3 -"-
 4. Page4 creates new sessionid file (size 0 bytes, as will
be all sessionid files from this point on).  From this point
on, we will never get valid session data again, just as
before with this bug.
 5. Page1 creates new sessionid file
 6. Page2-3 no new file
 7. Page4-1 create new files
 8. Page2-3 no new file
 9. Page 4-1 create new files
10. Page2 no new file
11. Page3-4 create new files *PATTERN CHANGE
12. Page1-2 no new file
13. Page3-4 create new files
14. ***Steps #12-13 repeat 5x ***
15. Page1 creates new file
16. Page2-3 no new file
17. Page4 new file

The pattern seems to fluctuate back and forth between
Page4-1 creating new sessionid files and then Page3-4
creating sessionid files.

I suspect whatever was at the root of BUG #5493 will likely
be the cause here as well.


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