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Beware that storing the session in the database can be a huge performance hit if you're using the session a lot and have high traffic.

It's great if you're only storing authentication and userid for example, but if you're using it to remember state and parameters for every page, then a high number of users will quickly chew up your CPU cycles.

Posted in Storing Sessions in a Database.

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 at 19:56:27 GMT


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  • Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
  • Joined: October 2016
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