[Isis-users] Hwo to change expiration time for ABCD sessions?
Egbert De Smet
egbert.desmet at uantwerpen.be
Tue Jul 30 18:23:23 CEST 2019
ABCD Central uses the session-variables of PHP (in php.ini) for its sessions management. If you have access to this file php.ini on the server, you could check for the value of session.gc_maxlifetime (e.g. = 1440 is a common value meaning 24 minutes).
If not, perhaps putting this in your config.php (in htdocs/central) :
could also do the trick, but unfortunately there are more tricks (like garbage collection based on a cron (scheduled) script...) depending on the server configuration, so it is not always unequivocal.
Egbert de Smet
From: isis-users <isis-users-bounces+egbert.desmet=ua.ac.be at iccisis.org> on behalf of Freek Heite <f.heite at hccnet.nl>
Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2019 5:55 PM
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Subject: [Isis-users] Hwo to change expiration time for ABCD sessions?
Hello, when a logged-in ABCD session is not used for a certain amount of time (I think currently for 5 minutes) the user can no longer continue the work at a later time.
The ABCD message is "Session expired or you are not logged in".
How can we change the expiration time? We're using ABCD 1.4 on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.
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