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Old 18th May 2010, 21:48
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Default Problem with the http://myipaddress:8080

I have noticed since I upgraded to Ubuntu 10.04, if the page is idle, and then I check it, maybe 1-2 hours since the last time I used it, and say I am on the Monitor screen, and I click on the Show Updates tab, nothing but the ISPConfig banner and sidebars show up, and if I change to any other tab, like the E-mail tab, I get a long error message, longer then my screen. When this happens, I have to log out and log back in to check anything.

It's not a huge problem, I would say a rather minor inconvenience. But was wondering if anyone else has had this problem, and if their might be a solution. Thanks.
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Old 25th May 2010, 00:14
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Thought I would add some screenshots to see if it helps.
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Old 25th May 2010, 12:27
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The session is kept open as long as the webbrowser window is not closed. The ispconfig interface send a ajax request every few minutes to the server to keep the session open.

So either the webbrowser that is used does not do these ajax requests or you closed the webbrowser window or there is some kind of session timeout configured in the php.ini on your server.
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Old 25th May 2010, 17:17
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Would that be the php.ini in the /etc/php5/apache2 folder? Finding many. Thanks
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Yes, that's the one.
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