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Can't access /tmp on host server
I can't access /tmp on the web host's server. Below you will find their solution, but I'm not sure where they want me to put the new path. Thanks in advance. Why do I lose my PHP session variables and how do I correct this? SOULTION: Since Gate.com employs multiple servers in the web hosting cluster, customers cannot use the default PHP session path in /tmp. Instead, sessions will need to be saved in each accountâ€™s home directory. To properly configure your session path, you will want to create a folder in your /web folder called â€˜tmpâ€™ (You can use any folder name you wish. For this example, we will use â€˜tmpâ€™). Log into your Gate.com Control Panel, and select the â€˜Perl Checkerâ€™ utility from the Tools menu. Near the bottom of this page, you will see a section that looks similar to this: Notice the line that reads â€œAbsolute Path To Root.â€ You can determine your session_save_path by appending the folder name that you just created, â€˜tmpâ€™ in this example, to the end of the â€œAbsolute Path to Root.â€ Be sure to include the appropriate slashes (/) and enclose the entire line in single quotes. Example: /nfs/cust/8/73/26/462378/web becomes '/nfs/cust/8/73/26/462378/web/tmp/' Finally, the entire line of PHP code will read: session_save_path ('/nfs/cust/8/73/26/462378/web/tmp/'); This line must appear on every PHP page, and it must appear before your session_start line.
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