On Tue, 2009-10-27 at 10:35 -0700, Brian Dunning wrote:

> I wrote some cookies for a whole bunch of site admins, but failed to  
> set the path, so all the cookies are set to '/admin', which is not  
> going to work for everything they need to do. They are also too long,  
> set for 6 months.
> I need to correct both issues, so I changed it to write cookies to '/'  
> for 72 hours. I've checked my Safari, and I see that I have both  
> cookies set: A long one for '/admin' and a short one for '/'. I'm  
> worried that once the admins' short cookies run out, their browsers  
> will pick up the longer lasting value for the '/admin' version of the  
> cookie.
> I want to kill everyones' '/admin' cookies, but I'm worried that some  
> browsers might erase both cookies if I do this. Does anyone know if I  
> can safely kill the '/admin' cookie without risking deletion of the  
> '/' cookie?

Cookies are client-side. Do you mean session files?


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