|fajita||All is not in today, phantom_|
|phantom_||I found this googling: http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/httpd-bugs/200310.mbox/%3C20031010153914.firstname.lastname@example.org%3E|
|opapo||here is my pastebin: http://pastebin.com/898344|
|fajita||phantom_: what is wrong|
|vice-versa||fajita: bot snack|
|vice-versa||fajita: little lethargic today are we?|
|jMCg||fajita: forget little lethargic today|
|fajita||msbhvn: bonjour, msbhvn|
jMCg: I forgot about little lethargic today.
|phantom_||whats AddHandler type-map?|
|DrBacchus||It's for content negotiation|
fajita: content negotiation
|fajita||DrBacchus: content negotiation is http://httpd.apache.org/docs-2.0/content-negotiation.html or http://www.thescripts.com/serveradministration/webservers/apache/theapachewebserver/page2.html|
|opapo||DrBacchus: given my pastebin: http://pastebin.com/898344 can you tell what the problem would be?|
|DrBacchus||Ah. Because it's a redirect, and thus not part of the same HTTP session.|
|opapo||DrBacchus: 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
|DrBacchus||I can't tell without more data what is causing that latency.|
|opapo||Is the old session data copied to the new session when a redirect happens?|
|DrBacchus||I'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.
|pctony||yango: ill go add them now|
|opapo||If 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.
|DrBacchus||But 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.
|DrBacchus||As in "hey, here's my cookie, go fetch the session data that is associated with me"|
|DrBacchus||Is your server load particularly high?|
That could be causing latency.
|opapo||What information do you need to know to help me figure this out?|
The server is mostly idle