Re: php4 sessions
Here is the simple script I put together (lifted verbatim from
This page has been viewed <?= $hits ?> times.
It behaves as expected. See for yourself at
It looks to me like it's saving variables. I just looked in /tmp and
there's a few sess_* files and a session_mm_apache0.sem file. Closer
inspection showed that most of them were from squirrelmail, and a couple
from my test page. So if it doesn't work for you perhaps squirrelmail
changed a setting somewhere to make it work for me... Further research
would probably be necessary.
* Randolph Chung (firstname.lastname@example.org) [Mon, 24 Jun 2002 at 08:32 -0700]
> In reference to a message from Hans Fugal, dated Jun 24:
> > My apologies for speaking before testing. I just set up a simple page
> > using sessions on the default configuration (woody) and sessions seem to
> > be working just fine.
> > processor : 0
> > cpu family : PA-RISC 1.1b
> > cpu : PA7100 (PCX-T)
> > cpu MHz : 125.000000
> > model : 9000/735
> > model name : Snake Cheetah (735/130)
> including all the serialization/unserialization functionality? i think
> the ability to have sessions i not affected (i.e. have a session id that
> is tracked, etc). it's just that you cannot store variables and retrieve
> them later.
> Randolph Chung
> Debian GNU/Linux Developer, hppa/ia64 ports
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