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From "Strader, William Alexander (WAX)" <>
Subject [users@httpd] Apache Session Timeout
Date Fri, 31 Oct 2003 17:27:23 GMT

I am new to the mailing list and I was hoping you all can help me out.  We
running a few Digital Unix servers (4.0 d) with Stronghold 3.0 & Stronghold
4.0... The apache system inside of web servers isn't the most current.
However we cant upgrade due to someone back a few years developed code
called "Doorkeeper" that is intergrated into Apache's install... However
this person is gone and I have no clue where to get the code from or to get
the code it takes a miracle from some god...

So what I was wondering is if there is a module or something out there that
could do session timeout.  Where a user would hit a web page it would then
ask them to authenticate via htaccess (this is all going through ssl) and
then it keeps track on their inactivity time.  If they are ever inactive for
XX amount of time (15 mins) it will then require the user to reauthenticate
to the system.

I am not sure if this makes any sense but if anyone could help shine a light
on this issue so I can upgrade my web servers from Apache 1.2.x to say 2.0.x
that would be wonderful.   Please feel free to ask me anything you might
think would help find the answer I am looking food.

Thank you all for your time and help...


Billy S.
Office: (865) 425-5178
Pager: (865) 417-5012

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