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Hi all, where and how to set up session time out in apache? do i need to modify .htaccess or httpd.conf file. Any links or docs. Thanks....
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    Hi all,
    where and how to set up session time out in apache?
    do i need to modify .htaccess or httpd.conf file.
    Any links or docs.


    Thanks.
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    In the httpd.conf file locate:

    Timeout 300 (or default and change value in seconds.)
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    hi,
    thank you.By default it's 300 ...the application works perfectly even after i slept night and in the morning i can resume from where i left ---unforunately session is still there.
    is there anything that could override this configuration file.
    My application uses mysql+apache+php does any one of these config. files affects the setting at httpd.conf file.???
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