[RCU] Session timeouts all over the place

Michael Heydekamp listuser at freexp.de
Thu May 3 00:01:19 CEST 2012


Am 02.05.2012 20:06, schrieb Michael Heydekamp:
> Am 02.05.2012 10:05, schrieb Thomas Bruederli:

>> I'm sure there'll be another session timeout to be logged :-)
> 
> Hopefully. :-) But we may have another issue here: Although I enabled
> 'log_session', there is still no file "session" in the logs directory. Are
> entries to this file written in case of any errors/timeouts only...? So far
> I haven't had another session timeout since I enabled this option, but I
> also haven't used RC heavily since then - due to the job I'm being paid for.
> ;) But now I'm waiting any minute for another timeout and it would be a pity
> if it would happen, but wouldn't get logged.
> 
> If there is anything else for me to do apart from just enabling the option,
> let me know.

Now I got it, apparently "session" is indeed just written when an
error/timeout occurs. In the middle of composing a message (and if I'm not
totally wrong, exactly in the moment the autosave routine should have saved
the message), a session timeout just occurred again (grmpf!), and I found a
log "session" with this content:

> [02-May-2012 23:10:59 +0200]: Session authentication failed for dnoqrj84a3pds30sk9h3ib0410; invalid auth cookie sent
> [02-May-2012 23:11:00 +0200]: Aborted session dnoqrj84a3pds30sk9h3ib0410; no valid session data found
> [02-May-2012 23:11:01 +0200]: Aborted session dnoqrj84a3pds30sk9h3ib0410; no valid session data found

Does that help...? If not, what more can I do next time?

Searched the whole HD for a file containing "dnoqrj84a3pds30sk9h3ib0410" in
the name, but with no success. A HD-wide search for a file containing the
string "dnoqrj84a3pds30sk9h3ib0410" would have taken ages. In which
directory should I look (Win7/64)? Wouldn't it be helpful to indicate the
file name (and directory) of the relevant cookie in the session log? Then I
could probably have attached it to this mail (although I don't know if this
might help).

While I'm typing this, another session timeout in the middle of composing
this specific message occured again. The session log says:

> [02-May-2012 23:45:15 +0200]: Session authentication failed for 3bnr138hd6pj2p1sfbhm27uod1; invalid auth cookie sent
> [02-May-2012 23:45:17 +0200]: Aborted session 3bnr138hd6pj2p1sfbhm27uod1; no valid session data found

So much for now, 

Michael (being frustrated and "happy" at the same time)
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Michael Heydekamp
Co-Admin freexp.de
Düsseldorf/Germany


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