iberkner at gmail.com
Thu Jan 15 02:57:39 MSK 2009
Thanks for all the responses I got, really appreciate it. I think we found
the problem... the PHP ini save_sessions directory wasn't set (oops).
On Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 3:27 PM, Valery Kholodkov <
valery+nginxen at grid.net.ru <valery%2Bnginxen at grid.net.ru>> wrote:
> Either proxy is dumb and does caching of private copies of pages or proxy
> is very smart and needs Cache-Control: private header from app.
> Ilan Berkner wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Weird situation...
>> On our production environment, one of our users (I have remotely
>> connected to their system) is losing Session information as soon as they try
>> to do anything past their login. Even stranger (I can tell via the title of
>> the page) that the session information is getting mixed up. The title of
>> the page should be the user's name and after clicking on a page that
>> requires session / cookie information, the title of the page changes to
>> another user's name. So something isn't right...
>> Our development environment (unfortunately) at this time uses Apache
>> (we'll be upgrading it to Nginx shortly). This issue does not exist in our
>> development environment.
>> The problem computer is behind a proxy and the proxy on that server is
>> configured as a "text" proxy (i.e. not ip address... rather proxy name). So
>> I'm not sure if that would be an issue?
>> Is it possible that sessions are getting mixed up between users behind a
>> proxy who's name is the same?
>> Any suggestions / thoughts?
> Valery Kholodkov
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