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Opencart Session Manager

Opencart Session Manager
Opencart Session Manager
Opencart Session Manager
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Opencart Session Manager
Opencart Session Manager
Opencart Session Manager
Opencart Session Manager
$10.00
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    Available Options

    Compatibility
    OpenCart version3.0.x, 2.3
    Other
    Interface LanguageUA, EN, RU

    Attention! I recommend installing the free demo version before purchasing and check the need for session management.
    The OC Session Manager module is primarily intended for OpenCart 3.

    Opencart stores some user data (language, currency, cart, etc.) in PHP sessions. OpenCart can store this data in two ways:

    1. In the files. Session files are stored in a specially configured directory on the server.
    2. In the database. Session data is stored in the oc_session table.

    Sessions are temporary data that need to be deleted regularly. Their default lifetime is 1 hour.

    By default, Opencart 2.3 saves sessions in files. Sometimes there are situations when Opencart does not have proper access rights to the session directory and cannot delete outdated data. As a result, a session directory can contain millions of files, which can negatively affect server performance. This often happens on unconfigured VPS. Theoretically, Opencart 2.3 can store sessions in a database, but in reality, the DB driver does not work - it needs further development. Therefore, you are unlikely to need this module if you use OC 2.3, but the free demo version of the module will inform you about the current status of sessions on your site.

    By default, Opencart 3 saves sessions in a database. The problem is that the session library contains logical errors and, worse, does not delete obsolete sessions. As a result, the oc_session table grows steadily. If your site has high traffic, this table can contain millions of outdated records. The large volume of the table slows down its work, and requests which duration should make 0.001 sec, can be executed 7-10 seconds and more that can become a problem for a site as requests to the session table occur among the first and can essentially influence server response time. and worsen the speed and quality of the site. As a result - worse positions in Google and bad impressions of visitors. In addition, the size of the database grows significantly, making it difficult to back up the database. The images show a real case: more than 5 million sessions, of which only about 7,500 are active, and the rest is rubbish. The table was over 600 MB! Install the free demo version of the module and check the situation on your site.

    The OC Session Manager module will help solve this problem.

    Module features:

    • Display of current information on the status of sessions: total number, number of expired sessions, number of active sessions, session lifetime, time of the creation of the oldest session;
    • Warning of possible problems;
    • Cron command to automatically delete expired data;
    • Fixed logical errors of the DB driver of the session library (ocmod);
    • Button for manually deleting expired sessions.

    DEMO version features:

    • Display of current information on the status of sessions: total number, number of expired sessions, number of active sessions, session lifetime, time of the creation of the oldest session;
    • Warning of possible problems.
       

    Version History

    2.0 (15/07/2021)

    The first public release. 50% off till Jul 25, 2021!

    Attention! I recommend installing the free demo version before purchasing and check the need for session management.
    The OC Session Manager module is primarily intended for OpenCart 3.

    Module features:

    • Display of current information on the status of sessions: total number, number of expired sessions, number of active sessions, session lifetime, time of the creation of the oldest session;
    • Warning of possible problems;
    • Cron command to automatically delete expired data;
    • Fixed logical errors of the DB driver of the session library (ocmod);
    • Button for manually deleting expired sessions.

    DEMO version features:

    • Display of current information on the status of sessions: total number, number of expired sessions, number of active sessions, session lifetime, time of the creation of the oldest session;
    • Warning of possible problems.
    1.0 (28/05/2021)

    Private release

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