Here is what I have found... I went back and ran make test on Embperl. Most, but not all, of the mod_perl tests fail with the message "ERR:EOF instead of reponse status line". For example, test #131 completes fine. However when I run test #130 it ends up with the following message: Starting httpd... pid = 21027 ok Testing mod_perl mode... #130 mdatsess.htm... ERR:EOF instead of reponse status line Input: test/html/mdatsess.htm Output: test/tmp/out.htm Log: test/tmp/test.log Testparameter: query_info = cnt=0 cookie = expectno offline = 0 ERRORS detected! NOT all test have been passed successfully It still remains that cookie based session management does seem to work as it should, but cookieless sessions do not. Whatever the case may be, they both behave differently to be sure. I can watch session information being inserted into the database whenever I am using cookie based session management, and see by the logs that a session is maintained since it gets the session_id and reports it. However, with cookieless sessions this session id seems to be lost so a new one is issued at the next request. Unless it is that the session is expiring for some reason, and I am not sure how to tell if this is the case. And, for reference, I have Apache::Session v1.54 and Apache::SessionX v2.00b3 installed. Both were installed by using the CPAN shell, everything else I have downloaded and installed from source myself. Enjoy the conference, and if you (Gerald) don't get a chance to actually test this for awhile it is not going to be a big problem. This is just a personal project otherwise I'd be pushing for a commercial support license. However, I am one of the many poor technical people that has been laid off, so I don't have the money to buy a contract myself. :O) BTW, I do think Embperl is a VERY cool thing. I was considering learning JSP, which still may happen just for marketability, and found Embperl instead. I have been a Perl nut for a few years now, and really am impressed with what has become of Embperl. Any input from anybody on the above error would be appreciated. As far as I can tell mod_perl is installed and working properly. I installed it the same way I have a hundred times before... but that doesn't mean I didn't have it wrong all those times before as well. I can't run make test on mod_perl since it is installed as a DSO, but if I compile it into apache make test runs fine. I am baffled... and it isn't the first time. Sean On Fri, 2002-07-26 at 16:13, Gerald Richter wrote: > Sean and Justin, > > > > > I've done: > > > > EMBPERL_SESSION_MODE 2 > > > > Do I need to do something special other > > than that? > > > > Session management must be working at all. That means Apache::Session and > Apache::SessionX should be installed. If cookie based session management is > working, then everything should be ok. To verfiy this further run > > make test > > and make sure that session mangement test are ok (and are not skiped). > > If all this is given setting the session mode to 2 should be enough. > > Cookieless session management is a very new feature and not widely used,so > maybe there is still a bug in Embperl, but I am sure we will figure out > what's going wrong. > > Gerald > > P.S. I am currently on the O'Reilly OpenSource Convention, so I cannot test > it right now. > > > > > > > > -----Original Message----- > > > From: Gerald Richter [mailto:richter@ecos.de] > > > Sent: Friday, July 26, 2002 5:24 PM > > > To: Sean Conley; embperl@perl.apache.org > > > Subject: Re: Cookieless Session Management > > > > > > > > > Basicly you do the right thing and it should work. The only > > > thing I could see that is wrong is a missing > > > > > > Embperl_UseEnv on > > > > > > after the > > > > > > PerlModule Embperl > > > > > > without that Embperl will not look at the configuration > > > directives you set with PerlSetEnv. > > > > > > Gerald > > > > > > ----- Original Message ----- > > > From: "Sean Conley" > > > To: > > > Sent: Friday, July 26, 2002 9:41 PM > > > Subject: Cookieless Session Management > > > > > > > > > > I am using Embperl 2.0b8, and am having problems using cookieless > > > > session management, achieved by setting PerlSetEnv > > > > EMBPERL_SESSION_MODE 2. When this mode is set,the session ID most > > > > definately is appended to the URL, however modifying %udat > > > no longer > > > > has any effect. It seems that the session isn't being tracked > > > > properly. When using sessions with cookies everything works as > > > > expected including if I add an href to another page the session > > > > information in %udat is accessable in the second page. I > > > did notice > > > > in the debugging info that I get the message > > > > [396]SES: Received Cookie ID: 41ab2bf07a3eca989fa3548e1a89e37c New > > > > Cookie ID: 41ab2bf07a3eca989fa3548e1a89e37c User data is > > > modified when > > > > the "default" mode is active. Whereas when > > > EMBPERL_SESSION_MODE 2 is > > > > set, the message is simply [396]SES: Received Cookie ID: > > > New Cookie > > > > ID: b8bf5c2763cf170360ec243d728ebcc9 User data is NOT modified for > > > > every request. > > > > > > > > Is there something that must be done differently when using > > > cookieless > > > > sessions? Are they not fully implemented yet? Is there > > > documentation > > > > somewhere that I am missing? Or is there something else > > > entirely? I > > > > have appended a copy of the pertinant configuration > > > information at the > > > > end of this email. As you can see, this is an EXTREMELY simplistic > > > > test. I'm hoping that it isn't my own ignorance causing > > > the problems, > > > > although that is the case more often than not. > > > > > > > > Thanks, > > > > Sean > > > > > > > > httpd.conf: > > > > > > > > PerlSetEnv EMBPERL_COOKIE_PATH / > > > > PerlSetEnv EMBPERL_COOKIE_EXPIRES +30m > > > > PerlSetEnv EMBPERL_COOKIE_NAME testcookie > > > > PerlSetEnv EMBPERL_SESSION_CLASSES "MySQL Semaphore" PerlSetEnv > > > > EMBPERL_SESSION_ARGS "DataSource=dbi:mysql:sessions > > > UserName=username > > > > Password=somepassword" PerlSetEnv EMBPERL_SESSION_MODE 2 > > > > > > > > PerlModule MD5 > > > > PerlModule Embperl > > > > > > > > EMBPERL_LOG /usr/local/apache/logs/embperl.log > > > > EMBPERL_OBJECT_BASE base.html > > > > EMBPERL_DEBUG 2097168 > > > > > > > > Alias /embperl /usr/local/apache/embperl > > > > > > > > > > > > EMBPERL_APPNAME test > > > > PerlSetEnv EMBPERL_FILESMATCH "\.htm.?|\.epl$" > > > > SetHandler perl-script > > > > PerlHandler Embperl::Object > > > > Options ExecCGI > > > > > > > > > > > > test.html: > > > > > > > > [- > > > > $r = shift; > > > > if (!defined($udat{number})){ > > > > $udat{number} = 0; > > > > } > > > > $udat{number}++; > > > > -] > > > > > > > > > > > > [+ $udat{number} +]
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