Yeah, we narrowed it down to the cluster as causing the problem friday
night. My host is working to figure out a solution. They have a few ideas,
but haven't tested them yet.
session files get saved in /tmp by default, correct? Is there a way to have
them saved somewhere that would propogate to all the servers in the cluster?
Has anyone out there been faced with this before? How did you get around it,
or did you just give up?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Johnson, Kirk" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "PHP Users" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Monday, September 10, 2001 7:17 AM
Subject: RE: [PHP] Reprise of dissapearing session variables
> > The session variables will remain set, but will it looks
> > like my session gets lost every now and then.... if you want
> > to see an example, go to http://northpointless.org/test.php
> > and hit refresh several times. I cannot figure out what is happening.
> Did you get this figured out? It looks like you are running on a
> load-balanced web farm. If so, and you are saving session data in files,
> there's your problem. The session file is saved on the server that handles
> the first request. When later requests go to a different machine, the
> session file can't be found, since it is on the first server.
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