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session.cache_expire

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As session info is being passed to the URL, I want it to expire pretty
quickly after n minutes of non activity on the user's part. I'm looking at
session.cache_expire and think that this is what I need. Can anyone tell me
if this is in fact what this function does and how/why it relates to
session.cache_limiter = nocache? I'm not asking blindly, I have looked it up
in the PHP documentation but while it explains how to temporarily override
the settings for this function in your host's php.ini, it doesn't answer my
question.

Thanks for your help.
Jul 16 '05 #1
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As session info is being passed to the URL, I want it to expire pretty
quickly after n minutes of non activity on the user's part. I'm looking at
session.cache_expire and think that this is what I need. Can anyone tell me
if this is in fact what this function does and how/why it relates to
session.cache_limiter = nocache? I'm not asking blindly, I have looked it up
in the PHP documentation but while it explains how to temporarily override
the settings for this function in your host's php.ini, it doesn't answer my
question.

Thanks for your help.


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