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Coldfusion Default Storage Mechanism for Client Sessions

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Hi,

I have been using the default client session storage setting of Registry on my product CF server but I am now experiencing server hangs every 1hour (default purge interval).
These hangs are quite severe and can bring the sites to a standstill.

Can anyone suggest which is the best storage method for a production server and also if I switch is there any changes needed to my sites.

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Leigh
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Hi,

there are two other ways.

one is client variables which store data in database.
second is session variables which stored in client machine.

Check out this link on detailed information on both types.

http://coldfusion.sys-con.com/node/41649


You can use any one of type ( Client / Session )



also if I switch is there any changes needed to my sites
- Yes,it might required...
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