Submitted by Ryan Brooks (not verified) on Fri, 2005-03-11 15:19.

What you provide for an example is exactly the problem we're having - a large scale application, with a load balancer, means that sessions are unique to the server. our solution was to store the sessions in a database, but this means a higher query overhead. Unfortunately, PHP sockets are, in my opinion, still too experimental - but the concept is worthy of further experimentation.


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