session_destroy() should not destroy all your sessions. As per the manual:
session_destroy() destroys all of the data associated with the current
If you are having trouble with all your sessions being deleted in each run,
it may be a problem with these php.ini file settings:
session.gc_probability specifies the probability that the gc (garbage
collection) routine is started on each request in percent. Defaults to 1.
session.gc_maxlifetime specifies the number of seconds after which data will
be seen as 'garbage' and cleaned up.
You can find all the php session info at:
On Friday 17 August 2001 11:29 am, you wrote:
> Hi there, I was wondering if a function such as session_close() or
> session_stop() existed. You see, i've been using session_destroy and/or
> session_unregister but the problem is that they unregister and/or destroy
> ALL my sessions in my server folder. What I am trying to do is just stop
> the session that is going on in that particular page? How can I do this?
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