Hi! I'm also interesting in know more about this.
@juworld, Sessions are stored in cookies, if I recall correctly. There is a session table that stores recent session data.
I am honestly not too sure what you are trying to do.
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As @hgtonight says sessions are actually stored in "keyed-hash message authentication code" (HMAC) verified cookies.
So they are effectively not stored at all, except on the client.
People often believe that stored sessions are best, but his in necessarily the case.
The session table is for actually stashing information temporarily between requests, and is used occasionally. The session table does not store anything to with either authentication or verifying the session.
Neither should make any difference to load balancing.
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Cool! Thanks for the replies.
@hgtonight, basically we have a load balancing in place and we just want to make sure that the PHP session is not stored in the /tmp directory to avoid any possible session issue.
By looking at the replies, I see that shouldn't be an issue . I'll go ahead and test that out!