Alaa Gamal asked:
i was trying to make one sessions for my all subdomains (one session across subdomains)
subdomain number one
auth.site.com/session_test.php session_set_cookie_params(0, '/', '.site.com'); session_start(); echo session_id().'<br />'; $_SESSION['stop']='stopsss this'; print_r($_SESSION);
subdomain number two
anscript.site.com/session_test.php session_set_cookie_params(0, '/', '.site.com'); session_start(); echo session_id().'<br />'; print_r($_SESSION);
Now when i visit
i get this result
06pqdthgi49oq7jnlvuvsr95q1 Array ( [stop] => stopsss this )
And when i visit
i get this result
06pqdthgi49oq7jnlvuvsr95q1 Array ()
session id is same!
but session is empty
after two days of failed trys, finally i detected the problem
the problem is in file promissions
the file is not readable by the another user
session file on my server
-rw------- 1 auth auth 25 Jul 11 11:07 sess_06pqdthgi49oq7jnlvuvsr95q1
when i make this command on the server
chmod 777 sess_06pqdthgi49oq7jnlvuvsr95q1
i get the problem fixed!! the file is became readable by
So, how to fix this problem? How to set the default promissions on session files?
this is the promissions of the sessions directory
Access: (0777/drwxrwxrwx) Uid: ( 0/ root) Gid: ( 0/ root)
Your PHP session files must be readable by PHP/the web server, not necessarily by all users (this is a security risk).
To fix this issue, check what user your PHP (or apache with mod_php) is running as, and set the file ownership to that user for all of the session files (and the directory containing them, usually /var/lib/php/session or something similar).
chown -R user.group /var/lib/php/session
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