On Mon, Mar 18, 2013 at 8:35 PM, Éric Oliver Paquette <eopaque...@gmail.com>wrote:
> > Le 2013-03-18 à 15:24, Éric Oliver Paquette a écrit : > > > Le 2013-03-18 à 15:20, Matijn Woudt a écrit : > > > > > On Mon, Mar 18, 2013 at 8:13 PM, Éric Oliver Paquette < > eopaque...@gmail.com> wrote: > >> >> >> On Mon, Mar 18, 2013 at 7:46 PM, Éric Oliver Paquette < >> eopaque...@gmail.com> wrote: >> >> Hi all, >> >> >> I'll be swift in my explanation as I can't find in any way the source of >> the problem; it seems to be installation-related. >> >> >> At execution, sometimes (randomly it seems at first), variable session >> aren't properly stored. >> >> >> >> In fact, when I run this on my server I randomly have empty entries in >> the $_SESSION array. Any thoughts on this? Is this a known bug (haven't >> found it…) >> >> >> Thanks! >> >> >> What does phpinfo() show about session stuff? Especially things like >> save_handler and cookie_lifetime settings. >> >> >> Note that this seems to occur 3 times out of 1000 on average. >> >> Now, about your request : >> >> session >> >> Session Support enabled >> Registered save handlers files user >> Registered serializer handlers php php_binary wddx >> >> Directive Local Value Master Value >> session.auto_start Off Off >> session.bug_compat_42 Off Off >> session.bug_compat_warn Off Off >> session.cache_expire 180 180 >> session.cache_limiter nocache nocache >> session.cookie_domain no value no value >> session.cookie_httponly Off Off >> session.cookie_lifetime 0 0 >> session.cookie_path / / >> session.cookie_secure Off Off >> session.entropy_file no value no value >> session.entropy_length 0 0 >> session.gc_divisor 1000 1000 >> session.gc_maxlifetime 1440 1440 >> session.gc_probability 1 1 >> session.hash_bits_per_character 5 5 >> session.hash_function 0 0 >> session.name PHPSESSID PHPSESSID >> session.referer_check no value no value >> session.save_handler files files >> session.save_path /var/lib/php/session /var/lib/php/session >> session.serialize_handler php php >> session.use_cookies On On >> session.use_only_cookies On On >> session.use_trans_sid 0 0 >> >> > Your settings seem to be fine. My best guess would be hardware failure, > though it seems unlikely. Did you check apache (or whatever webserver > you're using) logs for any errors or warnings? > > > Yes I did. Everyhting seems normal there too. > > > Hm… Just noticed something new in fact; was looking a last time before > considering reinstallation on a new server: it seems that the $_GET['push'] > is undefined. In the other scripts I use where I have this problem, I'm > using $_POST variables though but still don't get stored in $_SESSION. If > I'm correct, this may implies that it is apache that is faulty right? > > > $_GET['push'] will be undefined if you still have your session stored, but accessing the script directly. It should have nothing to do with faulty Apache.