[rt-users] RT 3.6 requires two or three logins with firefox and IE

Kenneth Crocker KFCrocker at lbl.gov
Thu Jan 3 17:00:12 EST 2008


	Thanks a bunch. We tried and it worked, of course. I'm wondering if a 
warning should be included for those ORACLE users to be aware of the 
need to for the exclusive session locking. That would save someone a 
whole bunch of time. Why was this not a problem with our 3.4.4 version?


On 2/11/2008 7:29 AM, Jesse Vincent wrote:
> Alexandr Ciornii wrote:
>> Hi, Jesse,
>> 2007/12/26, Jesse Vincent <jesse at bestpractical.com>:
>>> On Fri, Dec 14, 2007 at 02:47:08PM -0800, Kenneth Crocker wrote:
>>>> If not, has anyone at BestPractical seen some consistent
>>>> set of circumstances (and appropriate fixes) that would lead us to a
>>>> resolution to the file-session problems we're all having with FireFox
>>>> and IE? I sure hope so. I've been ready to put 3.6.4 into production for
>>>> well over a month and still can't get this bug fixed in order to do so.
>>> Sorry, nope. The long term fix is to replace Apache::Session with
>>> something we have more control over.
>> Did you tried adding 'Transaction' argument when creating session?
>> Patch is attached.
> Very cool. It sounds like folks using file-locking are definitely
> winning with this. I suspect it got skipped at the time sessions were
> implemented because: (From the doc)
>>        Note that the Transaction argument has no practical effect on the MySQL
>>        and Postgres implementations.  The MySQL implementation only supports
>>        exclusive locking, and the Postgres implementation uses the transaction
>>        features of that database.
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