#apache - Tue 13 Mar 2007 between 14:51 and 15:20

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fajitaAll is not in today, phantom_
phantom_I found this googling: http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/httpd-bugs/200310.mbox/%3C20031010153914.19991.qmail@nagoya.betaversion.org%3E
fajita: what?
opapohere is my pastebin: http://pastebin.com/898344
fajitaphantom_: what is wrong
vice-versafajita: bot snack
fajitavice-versa: :)
vice-versafajita: little lethargic today are we?
fajitavice-versa: Okay.
msbhvnfajita: hi
jMCgfajita: forget little lethargic today
fajitamsbhvn: bonjour, msbhvn
jMCg: I forgot about little lethargic today.
phantom_whats AddHandler type-map?
DrBacchusIt's for content negotiation
fajita: content negotiation
fajitaDrBacchus: content negotiation is http://httpd.apache.org/docs-2.0/content-negotiation.html or http://www.thescripts.com/serveradministration/webservers/apache/theapachewebserver/page2.html
opapoDrBacchus: given my pastebin: http://pastebin.com/898344 can you tell what the problem would be?
DrBacchusAh. Because it's a redirect, and thus not part of the same HTTP session.
opapoDrBacchus: Is there a way to reduce the time it takes to get a new HTTP session?
Some times when I do a redirect it is perfectly fine.
Other times it takes a couple seconds to connect
DrBacchusI can't tell without more data what is causing that latency.
opapoIs the old session data copied to the new session when a redirect happens?
DrBacchusI'm not sure what data you're referring to.
So, in general, I'd probably have to say no.
HTTP requests are independent and unconnected.
pctonyyango: ill go add them now
opapoIf I have a session variable saved in the session so that all scripts can access it would that variable be copied to the new session when the new connection is made?
I mean session not request.
DrBacchusBut the term 'session' means such different things to different people, it's a good one to avoid.
If you're referring to php sessions, then that session is stored on the server, and re-associated with the client via a cookie on the next request.
opapothanks
fajitaNo worries
DrBacchusAs in "hey, here's my cookie, go fetch the session data that is associated with me"
opapook
DrBacchusIs your server load particularly high?
That could be causing latency.
opapoWhat information do you need to know to help me figure this out?
The server is mostly idle

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