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Question about auto log out?

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Tx Jim

04-23-2012 05:10:45

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I normally don't log off when I exit the Modern forum. Sometimes Modern refuse to open(Hughesnet slowness) so I'll open in Classic. Next time I open Modern I've been automatically logged out. Should that happen? The reason I ask is being logged out automatically confuses my read/not read threads notifications so I can't determine what I've already read such as I normally can. Not a major problem just curious.

This post was edited by Tx Jim at 05:11:39 04/23/12.

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04-27-2012 09:12:13

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 Re: Question about auto log out? in reply to YTSupport, 04-23-2012 05:10:45  
Well, I have to say it is not totally slow connections, it's also that the server does get flooded with database requests and the database will hang for a few seconds when it runs out of connections. I see that at least once a day, if you are hitting it at that time, it will drop the cookie. It's been pretty good for a few months now, but illicit traffic is up. We are blocking it, but even that takes database connections and can run the server down.
It makes it worse with a slow connection though, because there is more chance of the two working together when a momentary hang occurs.

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Tx Jim

04-27-2012 04:25:59

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 Re: Question about auto log out? in reply to YTSupport, 04-23-2012 05:10:45  
I suppose that's my problem as I use Hughes for an ISP. I wish I could find something better & cheaper.


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04-26-2012 06:20:58

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 Re: Question about auto log out? in reply to YTSupport, 04-23-2012 05:10:45  

Same thing happens to me with Hughes and Modern. It appears it's the session gets killed while the login cookie/session cookie is getting sent. This didn't happen to occur about yesterday at 1600 or so did it? That may fit with what I'm researching this morning.


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