Yes. You are right. Session variables are associated with the session id so
only that appropriate website's session variables will get destroyed.
You can try it in your local system.
On Wed, Jul 22, 2009 at 12:42 AM, Guruprasad <lgp171...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have a doubt with creating and destroying sessions in PHP using
> session_destroy(). Supposing there is a PHP-based website hosted on a web
> server. Now I add another site that I developed using PHP on that web server
> using virtualhost. I destroy a session in my website using session_destroy()
> which will destroy all the session variables associated with my website.
> What will happen if I have the other website in another tab with similar
> session variable names? Will the session variables of that website be
> destroyed too? Or will the session variables be associated with the session
> id so that only the appropriate website's session variables will get
> Thanks in advance.
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