On 31 March 2011 23:16, Ethan Rosenberg <eth...@earthlink.net> wrote:
>>> 127.0.0.1 localhost development subdomain.development
>>> Don't worry about it being an FQDN. Prior to checking with the
>>> router or DNS servers, all modern systems check the hosts file. Then
>>> just add a reference to each in your Apache configuration file and
>>> restart Apache. Boom. Done.
>>> </Daniel P. Brown>
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> Dan -
> I'm a newbie...
> 1] What should the line in the Apache configuration file be? Just to be
> sure, the file is: /etc/apache2/apache2.conf, correct?
I don't use Apache, so hopefully someone else can answer this.
> 2] Back to the original question....how do I kill a session from the
But if you can find the session ID, you could manually delete the
session file - if you are using files for your sessions.
If you are using a DB, then you'd have to write a script to kill it.
Another option would be to create a killsession.php script ...
I think that'll do the job.
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