[RCU] Session timeouts all over the place

Giles Coochey giles at coochey.net
Wed May 2 17:15:51 CEST 2012


On 02/05/2012 16:13, Arne Berglund wrote:
> On 05/01/2012 17:44, Michael Heydekamp wrote:
>
>> Well, as you now know our environment - anything wrong with it?
>
> Not with the part I have seen. But the less obvious things like 
> installed plugins, config options, database type and location, other 
> web-apps hosted on the same server, etc. are part of the environment too.
>
>> So not IE... That's the main difference I'm seeing.
>
> Longer explanation - while I use primarily Safari on a Mac, my 
> "organization" provides aggregated services to numerous other 
> autonomous agencies. My email system actually serves 13 different 
> domains/agencies. My org has over 400 users, about 60/40% Mac/Windows. 
> But the other 12 agencies are all over the map. A couple are mostly 
> Mac, a few exclusively PC, and at least two of them use IE exclusively.
>
> Doesn't mean your problem isn't browser related, but if so I suspect 
> browser interaction with some other aspect.

I did get the following update on a bug raised, but have not had the 
time to checkout the SVN:

#1488449: Session invalid because of User-Agent change
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  Reporter:  alec                |       Owner:
      Type:  Bugs                |      Status:  new
  Priority:  5                   |   Milestone:  0.8-rc
Component:  Core functionality  |     Version:  svn-trunk
  Severity:  normal              |  Resolution:
  Keywords:                      |
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Comment (by thomasb):

  User-Agent check removed and general improvements in sending and
  validating keep-alive requests made in r6134 and r6135. Please test with
  latest SVN checkout.




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