Did you look at: 

That is the new way.. And within that block of text there is a couple other
links to other pages you might want to take a look at.



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nor the joy of companionship; it is the spiritual inspiration that comes to
one when he discovers that someone else believes in him and is willing to
trust him with his friendship."  - Ralph Waldo Emerson

> From: "Stephen Bolinger" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Date: Fri, 17 May 2002 23:41:01 -0700
> Subject: [PHP] Upgraded, now sessions aren't working.  Please help :)
> Something catastrophic happened to my webserver and while I had the data of
> the database and site content backed up, I'm having trouble getting it all
> back up and working.
> Prior to the server crash I was using Apache 1.3.2x (can't remember exactly)
> and PHP 4.1.x (not sure on this one either, last time I upgraded was a few
> months ago).  Everything was working perfectly.  I was using a lot of
> start_session(), session_is_registered(), etc...session stuff.
> Now I've compiled PHP 4.2.1 and tried both Apache 1.3.24 and Apache 2.0.36
> and got them up and working (for the most part).  But everything that has
> sessions in it is screwed.  Just hangs, no error, just hangs.  Is there
> something I need to set in either php.ini or httpd.conf to get sessions
> working again?
> I've read that there are other, more preferred ways to do sessions now, and
> I'm going to start porting to that, but right now I need to get the server
> up.
> Can anyone offer me some advice?  I've been doing this for years now and I
> feel like I'm losing my mind...I must just be overlooking something.
> Thanks.
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