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Subject: Bug in Apache::Session::NoSQL when trying to use Apache::Session::Redis
Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2014 15:02:15 -0400
To: bug-Apache-Session-NoSQL [...]
From: John Dunlap <john [...]>
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I've recently ported my application from Apache::Session::Postgres to Apache::Session::Redis and it worked splendidly(Great work!!!) until I attempted to override the server/port. What I need is to run Redis on a different server so that my round-robin web server cluster can share the same in-memory sessions across servers. To prove to myself that the setting was working, I changed the redis-server port to 6380 and restarted it. I then changed the server setting in my session configuration and I could no longer log in. This is the code that I'm using to create the session(Pretty much strait off the CPAN example page): tie %session, 'Apache::Session::Redis', $session_id, { # optional: default to localhost server => '', }; However, it doesn't seem to work. I traced through the code and found what *appears* to be a bug: /usr/local/share/perl/5.14.2/Apache/Session/Store/ 19: - unless ( $self->{cache} = new $module ( $session->{args} ) ) { 19: + unless ( $self->{cache} = new $module ( $session ) ) { Once I made this change, my sessions started working again on the new port number. I have this file in my local environment but if I am doing something wrong, I would really like to know how I can change my code to make it work. These are the version that I'm using: cpan[2]> install Apache::Session::Redis Apache::Session::Redis is up to date (0.1). cpan[3]> install Apache::Session::NoSQL Apache::Session::NoSQL is up to date (0.1). cpan[4]> install Apache::Session::Store::NoSQL Apache::Session::Store::NoSQL is up to date (0.02). cpan[5]> install Redis Redis is up to date (1.972). root@john-office:/usr/local/lariat-trunk/log# redis-server --version Redis server version 2.4.14 (00000000:0) Cheers! John

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