datafield. When requesting an update of this data, the cache is flushed so it will generate an additional database hit on the next request.
The sessions table must be maintained often in order to remove old sessions. Otherwise, a point will be reached where all possible session ids are used and the module will remove the oldest session from the database in order to make room for the new one, effectively generating stress on the database. This will most probably happen a while after the maximum entropy point has been reached and all the stars in the universe have gone extinct.
sessionDatabaseProviderNameThe name of the database provider to use for storing sessions. Default:
sessionTableNameThe name of the table used to store sessions. Default:
sessionCacheProviderNameThe name of the cache provider to use to store sessions and the counter of created sessions. Default:
cachePrefixThe cache prefix to use when storing sessions into cache. Default:
cookieNameThe name of the cookie. Recommended to be changed. Defaut:
cookiePathThe path of the cookie. If set to "/", it will be available within the entire domain. Default:
cookieSecureIf set to true, the cookie will only be sent when the current request is secure (SSL). Default:
cookieHttpOnlyIf set to true, the cookie only will be sent when an HTTP request is made. Default:
sessionDurationThe duration of the session in seconds. If set to zero, the session will last until the browser is closed. Default:
isSessionRenewWhen set to true, the duration of the session will be renewed to a new
sessionDurationevery time a request is made. If set to false, the cookie will expire after
sessionDuration, no matter how many times the session is requested. Default: