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Anyone who has used perlmonks for any length of time must have come across a scenario wherein ( when they are logged in ) they suddenly see a page of the website wherein they are not.

I am not talking about perlmonks using different sessions for the domains '', '' and ''

It turns out that perlmonks seems to use different sessions for and

I can kind of see the reasoning for different sessions for .org, .com and .net ( although this might not be good from a search engine point of view and considering we at perlmonks want to promote the wisdom on the site, we might want to think about that.)

Although I can not be sure of this as I do not know how the code works, I believe it is possible that this might solve the 'you are not logged in' issue on some of the Other CB clients

IMHO I believe and ( and similarly for the .net and .com ) should use the same sessions. Since perlmonks uses apache this can be done by changing some settings on the virtual host or ( easier but more load on the server ) adding a .htaccess file.

Maybe one of the gods can give some insight into if this makes sense?

Update: This should have probably gone into perl monks discussion - My Bad!

Moved by tobyink - Thank you.

In reply to Perlmonks 'Not logged in Error' - Proposal for fix by tmharish

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