On Wed, Jul 22, 2009 at 3:24 AM, L.Guruprasad <lgp171...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, > Floyd Resler wrote: > >> Keep in mind that sessions are based on the domain. I've run into >> situations where someone will be working in several different sites that we >> host. Each site is accessed via http://domain/site. Each site has it's >> own database, users, etc. However, because they all hang off the same >> domain, they get one session. That can really mess things up for the users >> as they go from site to site. I got around this by using MySQL-based >> sessions. It keeps things nice and separated. >> >> Take care, >> Floyd >> > > Will this be causing issues when http://1.a.b and http://2.a.b are the two > PHP sites running on the same web server using virtualhosts? > As Floyd suggested keeping your sessions in the DB will give you better session management and security as well.