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From Jing Chen <jin...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: session won't timeout
Date Tue, 05 Oct 2010 05:27:18 GMT
Regardless whether the user leave the browser idle or close the browser, as long 
as the user access the site from an IP that is inside of client's network, the 
seesion won't time out.  By doing the same thing from outside IP, the session 
timeout correctly.

In both cases, the access log does NOT have anything logged other than the those 
actions when user were actually accessing the site.  So I think there is no 
extra traffic being sent.  If you are talking about any other possibilities to 
reset the session time out, could you please be more specific?

Thank you!
Jing

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From: Rainer Jung <rainer.jung@kippdata.de>
To: Tomcat Users List <users@tomcat.apache.org>
Sent: Thu, September 30, 2010 2:16:53 AM
Subject: Re: session won't timeout

On 30.09.2010 07:13, Caldarale, Charles R wrote:
>> From: Jing Chen [mailto:jingc3@yahoo.com]
>> Subject: Re: session won't timeout
>
>> The results are different - in one case, the session is
>> destroyed after 30 minutes; but in another case, the
>> session stay active.
>
> First, look in Tomcat's logs to see if there's anything interesting in there 
>regarding failures that might affect the session.  Second, use Tomcat's manager 
>app (or JConsole) to see what the timeout value of the sessions really is; 
>something in your webapp might have changed it from the default.  Third, turn on 
>Tomcat's AccessLogValve to find out if the supposedly closed browsers are still 
>sending in requests.  Fourth, use Wireshark or equivalent on the client systems 
>to see if any traffic is being sent to the Tomcat server, resetting the session 
>timer.

Yes, active the access log for Tomcat and change the default pattern to 
also include %S and maybe even

"%S &quot;%{Set-Cookie}o&quot; &quot;%{Cookie}i&quot;".

That way you can easily track the sessions.

Regards,

Rainer

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