session_destroy() works fine for me - it deletes the session file after the
script finishes. I have never used the session_name() function. I am
wondering if it is possible that the server is confused about what session
needs to be destroyed because of the way session_name() is being used

I am also curious about the session_write_close() call. What is left to
write after the session_unset() call?

Sorry I can't give you anything more specific.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Richard Baskett [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Thursday, November 01, 2001 4:03 PM
> To: PHP General
> Subject: [PHP] Destroying Ssessions
> Unusual that I didnt even get one response, so I shall try again! :)
> Ok why does this not work?
> session_name(adminid);
> session_start();
> unset($sess);
> session_unset();
> session_destroy();
> session_write_close();
> $sess = 0;
> etc etc etc etc etc etc..
> After all that is executed I take a look at the session file 
> and what do I
> see?  All the session variables still there... and the file 
> still there
> also!  How can I get rid of them?
> Rick

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