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From "Ufuk Yuzereroglu" <>
Subject HTML::Mason + Apache::Session problem
Date Mon, 09 Sep 2002 17:31:01 GMT

I am running a RedHat 7.3 server with kernel 2.4.18, Apache 1.3.26, 
mod_perl 1.26-5 and Apache::Session and HTML:Mason-1.05 modules. When I 
try to start apache i get the error message

Starting httpd: Subroutine status_mason redefined 
at /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.6.1/i386-linux/Apache/ line 50.

But the server starts and operates. This bug is said to be fixed in 
Mason-0.85 but as you can see I still get it. I have the same 
components and code piece running on RedHat 7.0.

The other problem is, on the same system I have an 
authentication/session information structure on my website built using 
Apache::Session. I manage to log on with the right username and 
password and the Apache-Session file is created under /tmp with owner 
as apache:apache and file rights as 644. When I try to access the 
submenus after the initial login process, the server acts as if it 
cannot read the session files and does not grant me access. Well the 
the strangest thing is I can access the submenus after clicking on the 
link for 2-3 times. The first 1 or 2 does not grant access, but the 
last one always seems to work. This seems to me that apache cannot or 
does not read from the same Session file each time.

Can anyone please help? Thanks.

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