Sam Stelfox wrote on 2009-10-06 18:09:
If you are distributing your application over multiple servers, using a
database for session tracking allows a user to continue there session
regardless of which server their request bounces too. It prevents the
need for 'sticky' network connections which time out anyways.
I know Alfio don't have access to the php.ini file, but if you do and
have the above setup, consider using a tmp dir like /phptmp and have one
root server and mount the other servers /phptmp to the root servers /phptmp
Il pinguino volante wrote:
(There were some erroros in the previous email, I'm sorry)
Hi to all.
I have to realize an authentication system for a lot of users.
I heard that someone uses to store session states (?) into a database.
I'd like to know how and, expecially, WHY to do it and what's would be
better (considering that I CANNOT -d'oh!- edit the php.ini file).
Thanks in advance,
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