session.save_handler = files ;session.save_handler = user fixed the problem. there was not so much as a shell login on the machine for 30+ days. Have more questions? And the hosting company that i work with they insist on saying that it is not a server error. Check This Out
I upgraded to php4.2.3 today .. Clone yourself! It worked like a charm after that. Yup, totally agree! http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12112319/failed-to-write-session-data-php-and-memcached
But you're absolutely right: increasing the slabsize has its downsides and should really only be used as the last resort. I've modified my script so I get an email with all GET_VARS, SERVER_VARS etc. Please verify that the current setting of session.save_path is correct (/tmp) in Unknown on line 0 the webserver is at a very high load (70k users per day). We thought it was output_buffering (and turned it ON) but that didn't help.
The site was working perfectly for 3 weeks before breaking down randomly. Should I reinstall? thanks =] [2004-07-12 03:02 UTC] oliver at veryhip dot com i have the same bug, however, it seems my windows xp box with ie6.0 handles it well, possibly because of the Memcached All i get a hundreds of errors in my logfiles (like these): [21-Aug-2002 16:47:07] PHP Warning: Failed to write session data (files).
How can I set up a password for the 'rm' command? How to set up Memcached as PHP session handler There are two ways to use Memcached as your session handler: if you have no special needs, you can simply set some session.gc_maxlifetime = 1440 ; Check HTTP Referer to invalidate externally stored URLs containing ids. https://ma.ttias.be/phps-memcached-sessions-failed-to-write-session-data-memcached-for-magento/ and as i said it doesnt lose all session data ..
session.gc_probability = 1 ; After this number of seconds, stored data will be seen as 'garbage' and ; cleaned up by the garbage collection process. For the record, I also have 2 CPUs since that seems to be a common trend. An admin session in Magento can, apparently, exceed that 1MB size. PHP developers: Any reason why this would mess up PHP sessions? [2003-04-21 19:25 UTC] skye at f4 dot ca I am also having this problem, FreeBSD 4.6.2 with Apache/1.3.27 (Unix) mod_throttle/3.1.2
i have windows 2k and ie5 on it. I'm under debian lenny with separate apache/cgi/cli setup. Please Verify That The Current Setting Of Session.save_path Is Correct Server B randomly forgets the session in 1 second to 5 minutes. "failed To Write Session Data (user)" Machine was running beautifully then all of a sudden it stopped.
Where are the HTTP 500 / Server Error Logs? http://twaproductions.com/failed-to/cs-go-failed-to-get-session-data.html i must mention that after the first time i found the problem, it didn't stop until this workaround. Reply With Quote 6 Nov 2012,10:54 PM #4 lhungil View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Totally Zenned Join Date Feb 2012 Location mostly harmless Posts 1,812 Plugin although i didn't examine php source, it might be that the solution for this case would be checking the number of parameters to session_id(). Session Save_handler
Cheers [2004-01-04 12:58 UTC] rajiv at rajivlodha dot cjb dot net Hello guys, i was also having the same problem, on a PIII~933Mhz,Windows .NET Server, i changed my php.ini, and its Please verify that the current setting of session.save_path is correct (tcp://127.0.0.1:11211?persistent=1&weight=1&timeout=1&retry_interval=15,tcp://22.214.171.124:11211?persistent=1&weight=1&timeout=1&retry_interval=15) in Unknown on line Dom New Ticket My Tickets Search Query Builder Reports Saved Queries Open Bugs Bugs waiting for I'll talk below about why you'd want to do this (and why not) and how to get there. this contact form Did Mad-Eye Moody actually die?
Any advise? i'm not sure ================================================== GET / HTTP/1.0 Accept: */* Referer: my_host Accept-Language: fr-ch User-Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1) Host: my_host Connection: Keep-Alive HTTP/1.1 200 OK Date: Sat, 03 The load is very low. [2003-05-05 03:09 UTC] e dot aderhold at pro-seco dot de (/tmp/sess_7538b7739bdd44e2fb0e747f65af858d, O_RDWR) is this a problem ???
I'm having this issue with PHP 4.2.3 and apache 1.3.27 with SSL. testDom:/var/www/perso/horde# /usr/bin/php /var/www/perso/horde/scripts/alarms.php Warning: Unknown: Failed to write session data (memcache). Share this post Did you like this post? This started happening even with old sites.
But remember, you still need a central place to store sessions. From the little I've read - I think memcached is a fork which is newer. its using a IDE hd (some special scsi or something) i'm willing to apply some patches to get rid of the problem. http://twaproductions.com/failed-to/failed-to-write-file-data-on-cluster-disk.html Will that remedy it temporarily?
Also, a LOT of these tiny session files can pile up fast on your server, which makes server backups more difficult. the machine only runs the httpd, postgres is running on a different machine. Please post your results. However here's a test script on both servers with the relevant PHPInfo: Server A: http://chir.ag/test.php Server B: https://secure.magictanorders.com/test.php Test script: Sessions work.
In the case of files, this is the path ; where data files are stored. If there is not enough room, the oldest items will be removed. Low Owners Requester dom.lalot (at) gmail (dot) com Created 2009-04-06 (2823 days ago) Due Updated 2009-04-07 (2822 days ago) Assigned 2009-04-06 (2823 days ago) Resolved 2009-04-07 (2822 days ago) Milestone Patch Please verify that the current setting of session.save_path is correct (/tmp) in Unknown on line 0 [21-Aug-2002 16:50:04] PHP Warning: Failed to write session data (files).
yes no don't know Rate the importance of this bug to you: high low Are you using the same PHP version? Where are the HTTP 500 / Server Error Logs? Copyright © 2001-2016 The PHP Group All rights reserved.