I am trying to understand odd(different) behavior of the header function
under two different environments.

Here is the code which I am trying to execute from two different servers

header ("Set-Cookie: c1=value1;path=/; domain=.domain.com");
header ("Set-Cookie: c2=value2;path=/; domain=.domain.com");

When executed from server1(OS X), both cookies are set in browser, but when
executed from server2(Linux), only the second cookie is set.

server1 and server2 are running different OS and php version as below. I
know I could add $replace=false option on the Linux server, but I am trying
to understand the different behavior of header() function on these two
servers. Any thoughts?

server1 - OS X
PHP Version 5.2.4

System  Darwin host2.domain.com 8.8.4 Darwin Kernel Version 8.8.4: Sun Oct
29 15:26:54 PST 2006; root:xnu-792.16.4.obj~1/RELEASE_I386 i386
server2 - Linux
PHP Version 5.3.5

System  Linux host1.domain.com 2.6.18- #1 SMP Wed Mar 17
01:10:06 EDT 2010 x86_64


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