Admin - timeout ?

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Lance Lyon
2004-01-16
2013-04-15
  • Lance Lyon

    Lance Lyon - 2004-01-16

    Ok, got this beastie installed, however, as soon as I go to the admin page & try to change anything, I immediately get "Session timed out
    You have been inactive for too long; you need to relogin."

    Any ideas ?

    Running Xitami under XP

     
    • Petko Bossakov

      Petko Bossakov - 2004-01-18

      Hmm that's weird.
      Does it give you the "session timed out" thingy when you try to visit any page, or only with the admin page?

       
    • Lance Lyon

      Lance Lyon - 2004-01-20

      Only the admin pages - everything else is fine.

       
    • Bart

      Bart - 2004-01-23

      I have the exact same thing. I first thought that it was my forwarder (domain.ext points to maindomain.ext/external/domain), but when going directly to the long URL I have the same issue.

      Also when I tried to adjust the timeout to 999 I got a timeout.

       
    • Lance Lyon

      Lance Lyon - 2004-01-26

      Yep, same here (just tried) got :

      Session timed out
      You have been inactive for too long; you need to relogin.

      For info I'm running Xitami 2.5b5 on XP Pro

       
    • Lance Lyon

      Lance Lyon - 2004-01-26

      I just installed version 2 - the timeout problem doesn't exist there - however, after you've clicked on an action to perform, you get a page not found (reloading the page displays it though).

       
    • Petko Bossakov

      Petko Bossakov - 2004-01-28

      That's weird, because I can't reproduce the problem on my PC. I start with a clean install, and it works finely... maybe it has something to do with PHP's configuration. I'll continue looking into it.

      Well... that's why it's still an alpha release :-)

       
  • chunkbass

    chunkbass - 2011-12-23

    You are right,I have met this same trouble too.I think is ridiculous.

     

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