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From Dan Allen <...@mojavelinux.com>
Subject Re: JDBCrealm drops user after manager reload
Date Tue, 01 Apr 2003 18:46:46 GMT
Filip Hanik (mail@filip.net) wrote:

> I believe that during restart of a context, all sessions get serialized to
> disk.
> but the serialization does not serialize the principal. You can try to file
> a bug for this, but I might be afraid that it may get shutdown because of
> security concerns

Well here is the issue.  I am running a site, I need to upgrade a
few things and all my users just got kicked off in the process.
This seems to me like a major problem.  Am I supposed to wait until
3 in the morning to implement updates to the code?  This just seems
unreasonable.  While keeping all session data you loose the one part
of it that holds it all together?

Dan

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