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comment How to restart Apache without reseting users sessions?
I have try to update the title of my question by replacing "PHP sessions" by "users sessions" like describe in the body of my question. Better for you? To be more precise : I use APC. When I change code in PHP files, I need to flush APC cache (restart Apache is the simplest way to do it I know). With "restart" argument, users of my website needs to log-in again. While with "graceful", they don't. That why "that's seem to fit my need".
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comment How to restart Apache without reseting users sessions?
Thank you for the details. I will investigate this way. But right now, I will simply use the graceful restart that's seem to fit my need.
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comment How to restart Apache without reseting users sessions?
Oh my... In fact I was simply looking for "apache2ctl -k graceful"!
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comment How to restart Apache without reseting users sessions?
Thanks for the answer and thanks the link. I was looking for a solution on server side configuration file (kind of "keep sessions across restart"). But it seems that the solution is in the app side.
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comment How to restart Apache without reseting users sessions?
I can edit PHP. I'm using a CMS (Drupal). I'm also using APC and was looking for a solution in this way.
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