> When I open 1.php a 1K
> file is created on the server and the contents
> (my_session_variable|s:10:"some value";).
> When I open 2.php afterwards a 0K file is created on the
> server which is empty.
This is the problem. For some reason, the 2nd page is creating a new
session when it shouldn't. Now the question becomes one of: what is
causing the new session to be created?
in php.ini is session.use_cookies = 1
If not, try setting that then restarting apache.
Else is using trans_sid, you need to make a link in 1.php that takes
you to 2.php in order for the magic to occur where ?PHP_SESSID=...
gets added to the URL automatically. If you just type in 1.php and
then type in 2.php the session variable is not automatically sent
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