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mrjameer
11-17-2006, 10:22 PM
hi,

the login system of my website some times does not allows my clients to login.after trying 6-7 times or may be more times the client can login.this is became a big headache for us.here iam giving my custom php.ini file.can you please help me to get out of it.sessions have been used for this.


thanks
mrjameer

custom php.ini
$sess_param = array();



$sess_param['errors_path'] = '../inc/';
$sess_param['errors_file'] = 'errsess';

$sess_param['default_lang'] = 'en';

$sess_param['current_lang'] = IsSet($_SERVER['HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE']) ?
substr($_SERVER['HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE'], 0, 2) : 'en';

$sess_param['session_start'] = TRUE;

$sess_param['stop_on_error'] = TRUE;

$sess_param['error_color'] = 'RED';
$sess_param['error_size'] = '+0';

$sess_param['stop_on_warn'] = FALSE;

$sess_param['warn_color'] = 'BLUE';
$sess_param['warn_size'] = '+0';


$sess_param['detail_err_msgs'] = FALSE;

$sess_param['buffer'] = FALSE;


$sess_param['key_prefix'] = 'O9R^3mp#i|34';
$sess_param['key_suffix'] = '+t97!u0K-2L5';


$sess_param['confirm_pswd'] = '!*CONFIRMED*!';

$sess_param['encrypt'] = FALSE;



$sess_param['encrypt_cipher'] = (defined('MCRYPT_GOST')) ? MCRYPT_GOST : NULL;
$sess_param['encrypt_mode'] = (defined('MCRYPT_MODE_CFB')) ?
MCRYPT_MODE_CFB : NULL;


$sess_param['gc_del_locked'] = FALSE;

$sess_param['db_host'] = $connsqlhostname; // Your host name

$sess_param['db_user'] = $connlogin; // Your user name assigned

$sess_param['db_pswd'] = $connpassword; // Your assigned password

$sess_param['db_name'] = $connbase; // Your database name

$sess_param['db_persistent'] = FALSE;

$sess_param['db_resource'] = NULL;


$sess_param['tb_name'] = 'sessions'; // Session table name

$sess_param['tb_id_col'] = 'sess_id'; // Session ID key column name

$sess_param['tb_sl_col'] = 'sess_sec_level'; // Security level column name

$sess_param['tb_cr_col'] = 'sess_created'; // Session created column name

$sess_param['tb_ex_col'] = 'sess_expiry'; // Expiry column name

$sess_param['tb_to_col'] = 'sess_timeout'; // Session timeout column name

$sess_param['tb_lk_col'] = 'sess_locked'; // Session locked column name

$sess_param['tb_vl_col'] = 'sess_value'; // Session data column name

$sess_param['tb_iv_col'] = 'sess_enc_iv'; // Session encrypt IV col. name

$sess_param['tb_si_col'] = 'sess_sec_id'; // Session security ID column

$sess_param['tb_tr_col'] = 'sess_trace'; // Session trace column name

$sess_param['security_level'] = 128; // Range 0-255


$sess_param['new_sid'] = FALSE;

$sess_param['sess_id'] = NULL;

$sess_param['sess_id_len'] = 32;


$sess_param['ie_fix'] = FALSE;


$sess_param['slash_anyway'] = TRUE;


$sess_param['strip_anyway'] = TRUE;


$sess_param['save_path'] = $connbase; // Set to name of database

$sess_param['name'] = 'CSESSION'; // Assign your own session name

//$sess_param['auto_start'] = '1'; // 1 = auto start, 0 = off

//$sess_param['gc_probability'] = 10; // Garbage Collection

//$sess_param['gc_divisor'] = 100;

//$sess_param['gc_maxlifetime'] = 1440;

//$sess_param['timeout'] = $sess_param['gc_maxlifetime'] * 3;



//$sess_param['serialize_handler'] = 'php';

//$sess_param['cookie_lifetime'] = 0;

//$sess_param['cookie_path'] = '/';

//$sess_param['cookie_domain'] = '';

//$sess_param['cookie_secure'] = '0';

//$sess_param['use_cookies'] = 1;

//$sess_param['use_only_cookies'] = 0; // For PHP version >= 4.3.0

//$sess_param['referer_check'] = '';

//$sess_param['entropy_file'] = '';

//$sess_param['entropy_length'] = 0;

//$sess_param['cache_limiter'] = 'nocache';

//$sess_param['cache_expire'] = 180; // For PHP version >= 4.2.0

//$sess_param['bug_compat_42'] = 1;

//$sess_param['bug_compat_warn'] = 1;

//$sess_param['use_trans_sid'] = 1;

//$sess_param['hash_function'] = 0;

//$sess_param['hash_bits_per_character'] = 4;


//$sess_param['tags'] = 'a=href,area=href,frame=src,iframe=src,form=,fieldset=,input=src';

chump2877
11-17-2006, 11:52 PM
Possibly a point of interest: If this is a custom php.ini that you are using to override the php.ini on your server, and you are using a commercial server, you might check with your hosting provider to see if they allow custom php.ini's...

CFMaBiSmAd
11-19-2006, 04:25 PM
That is actually PHP code that is part of an application. It is not settings that are part of a php.ini or a .htaccess file that is used by PHP.

cozbaldwin
08-10-2009, 10:08 PM
EDited: problem solved - host issue.



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