BK> You should not be writing to /tmp that is a system directory. php.ini is a
BK> file. If you need a "temporary" directory, use ./tmp that will be directory
BK> in your web root directory.

With all due respect, I think there's a reason that /tmp is the default
session.save_path value in php.ini.  /tmp is temp.  It's where
temporary things go.

Saying "you shouldn't use that" is pretty much saying "Hey PHP
Development Group, you've done this wrong for 2 years".  If you don't
want to write your session files to /tmp, then don't.  But please
don't say that it's wrong to do so.  That's not the answer to the
guy's particular problem.

- Julie

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