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From Eric Freed <>
Subject RE: intermittent %udat problems
Date Mon, 15 Nov 2004 21:11:08 GMT
On Sat, 2004-11-13 at 07:39, Gerald Richter wrote:
> > ... I can log in, and 
> > look a a few pages, then I get a not-logged-in error.
> It looks like your session setup is not correctly setup. In this case %udat
> works as normal Hash and you only get the same data as long as you hit the
> same Apache child process.

I am using MySql as the session ( via Apache::Session::MySQL) and I can
see the sessions being created in the database, so the sessions are at
least being stored there. And they are recovered as well--in fact today
I cannot reproduce the error at all. 

> How does your session setup look like?

I am on Fedora Core 2, with mod_perl-1.99, httpd-2.0.51. 

Here is some of the httpd.conf file:
LoadModule perl_module modules/

LoadModule  embperl_module \
PerlModule Apache::DBI
PerlModule Notel::Data
PerlModule DBD::mysql
PerlModule Apache::Session::MySQL
PerlSetEnv EMBPERL_LOG /var/log/embperl.log
PerlSetEnv EMBERL_DEBUG dbgSession
"DataSource=dbi:mysql:notel;hostname=localhost UserName=USER
PerlModule Embperl

> You might also enable the dbgSession flag in EMBERL_DEBUG and watch the
> embperl.log file to see what happen with your sessions.

I also can't seem to get the embperl logging to work either, but that is
(I think) another problem. 

Many thanks, 

Eric Freed
IT Manager
New Rochelle Radiology
914-633-7700 x339

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