Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I find an useful answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could answer your iPage question..
I am trying out /home/popthet/public_html/catalog/sessions/.
I have /home/popthet/public_html/catalog/cache/ set as my Cache folder and it works for the cache. I will let you know about the sessions folder...
Well, that does not seem to work either. Hmmm..
Good I am glad it didnt work, those session and cache files dont belong in a 'public_html' directory..
Check your config files!!!!!!!!!!!.
Ask your iPage hosting company 'Why cant I do it?'..
Maybe they have some lessons or somthing......
I can do it, I just like to keep all files in the same folders as the scripts. Forums in the forums folder, store in the store folder and so on..
I CHMOD'd the tmp folder to 777.
I have it set as: /home/popthet/tmp/.
This is the problem I am having....
I can log on, but when I close the browser and come back, I have to log back on again. I want to be able to STAY logged in..
Here are my Session settings in Admin:.
Session Directory: /home/popthet/tmp/ .
Force Cookie Use: False .
Check SSL Session ID: True .
Check User Agent: False .
Check IP Address: False .
Prevent Spider Sessions: True .
Recreate Session: True.
Here are my Cookie settings in configure.php:.
// Define the webserver and path parameters.
// * DIR_FS_* = Filesystem directories (local/physical).
// * DIR_WS_* = Webserver directories (virtual/URL).
Session Storage Folder?.
When I leave the site, I have to log back in. I also noted that no files are stored in the sessions folder at anytime for any user..
My session storage folder is located at:.
I have it set in the Admin as:.
I have the permissions set to:.
I also have it set to store sessions as files in the Admin..
Am I doing somthing wrong here and is the folder location for the sessions dir correct?..
I think you need the full path. Check Admin ->Server Info for DOCUMENT_ROOT.
Usually you would put the temp dir below document root like so..
But if you want you can do something like this..