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- Subject: CGIlua / Xavante: session ids and thread (coroutine) safety?
- From: William Trenker <wtrenker@...>
- Date: Wed, 7 Sep 2005 18:29:31 -0400
Should I have any concerns about CGIlua session id management and
If I understand correctly, Lua coroutines are not preemptive so I
should be able to count on session.new() returning a new session id
without colliding with another session.new() from another "task". Is
I was wondering if session.new(), and maybe session.delete(), needed
some sort of inter-locking mechanism, but I'm probably way off here.
I suppose one important consideration is that I should have a separate
session directory for each instance of Lua I am running.
Another consideration is if timers or time-outs are implemented as
part of CGIlua / Xavante there should be assurance that session.new()
and session.delete() are atomic.
Thinking out loud,