what are your specific session settings? does resin know about your load balanced cluster? or are you managing the load balancer outside of resin and using resin to tie them together thru the db persistence? are you using 'always-load-session"?



Jacky wrote:
Dear all,

I have implemented resin's distributed session along with apache. Apache is the entry point, which will use mod_caucho plugin to dispatch requests to resin.
Now it is working fine and i'm happy about it.

After a few test run on this, i found out something which i'm not sure if its my implementation problem or bug.
I have server A and server B running resin on default srun port 6802.

Unhappy case 1:
1. I start server A and login to my application
2. I stop Server A and start Server B
3. I continue to work in the browser, my session stays intact and i can proceed normally
4. I stop Server B and start Server A
5. I continue to work in the browser, my session stays intact and i can proceed normally 6. I logout from my application and logout successfully cleared my session variables (notice this from app log) 7. I try to type a password protected page in the browser and i am forced to login
8. I stop Server A and start Server B
9. I try to type a password protected page in the browser and i *CAN ACCESS* the protected page

Unhappy case 2:
1. I start server A and login to my application
2. I stop Server A and start Server B
3. I continue to work in the browser, my session stays intact and i can proceed normally 4. I logout from my application and logout successfully cleared my session variables (notice this from app log)
5. I stop Server B and start Server A
6. I try to type a password protected page in the browser and i *CAN ACCESS* the protected page

So to sum it all up, if i login to Server A and try to log out in Server B, the session is still available to server A and not Server B.
Does anyone here encounter this before?

Thanks.
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Warm regards,
Jacky Wong

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