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  1. Hi everyone I am currently a student in a web programming course and we are using Uniserver for our classwork and assignments where we use PHP. I am trying to find a way to prgrammatically change the timeout setting for PHP session variables from the default value in the php.ini file (1440 secs). Using ini_set('session.gc_maxlifetime', 100); (both before and after session_start()) seems to change the timeout value as displayed using: echo ini_get('session.gc_maxlifetime'), but if I then reload the php page well after100 secs without closing the browser, all the session variables are still there with their previous values. I then manually changed the time out setting in the php.ini file to: session.gc_maxlifetime = 100 But it now appears that the default timeout value is not got from this setting in the php.ini file because echo ini_get('session.gc_maxlifetime') still displayed 1440 when I called the php file. Please help...!!!! Where does Uniserver/PHP get its default sessions timeout value from and how can I change it to another value programatically in a php script? Any help much appreciated, lateStudent..
  2. Hi everyone I am currently a student in a web programming course and we are using Uniserver for our classwork and assignments where we use PHP. I am trying to find a way to prgrammatically change the timeout setting for PHP session variables from the default value in the php.ini file (1440 secs). Using ini_set('session.gc_maxlifetime', 100); (both before and after session_start()) seems to change the timeout value as displayed using: echo ini_get('session.gc_maxlifetime'), but if I then reload the php page well after100 secs without closing the browser, all the session variables are still there with their previous values. I then manually changed the time out setting in the php.ini file to: session.gc_maxlifetime = 100 But it now appears that the default timeout value is not got from this setting in the php.ini file because echo ini_get('session.gc_maxlifetime') still displayed 1440 when I called the php file. Please help...!!!! Where does Uniserver/PHP get its default sessions timeout value from and how can I change it to another value programatically in a php script? Any help much appreciated, lateStudent..
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