Probably you wanted to do something if you changed this var...
I didn't used this switch but you might check php.net because if you want php session managed by "user" [that's means you] then you must define a function [or more - to save and load session vars].
And if you have no clue why did you change that var than change it back and forget about it.
----- Original Message -----
From: Ludwig Lim
To: PostgreSQL Mailing List
Sent: Thursday, April 29, 2004 14:14
Subject: [PHP] Question regarding session
I have a question regarding PHP session
I change the setting :
session.save_handler = files;
session.save_handler = user;
I got the following error message everytime run
php (even If I tried it at command line)
PHP Fatal Error: Unknown(): Failed to initialize
session module in Unknown on line 0
Even if I tried it command line without any
argument, an error still occured.
PHP version : 4.3.1
O.S. : Mandrake 8.0
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