The script you’re looking for is part of RT-Extensions-Utils, but I
know what in those sessions. Some of your users searched for tickets
and RT found too many of them, so there is now big map for ‘first’,
‘next’, ‘prev’ and ‘last’ links in the session. RT 3.8.8 has really
good improvement in that area, we now store only part of the map and
size of the map can be controlled from the RT config.
I would suggest you to test RT 3.8.8 RC3 to make sure there is no
regressions that will stop you from upgrading to RT 3.8.8.On Wed, Apr 21, 2010 at 9:53 PM, Dan O’Neill email@example.com wrote:
We’re using RT 3.8.4 and on several occasions RT is storing session data
that is extremely large. Here is a query from our system this morning.
rt3=# select lastupdated, length(a_session) from sessions where lastupdated
= ‘2010-04-21’ order by length(a_session) desc limit 3;
lastupdated | length
2010-04-21 13:29:15.175317 | 99067236
2010-04-21 06:17:13.315054 | 369098
2010-04-21 17:31:02.568494 | 59882
Can someone provide me with a snippet of code that can decode and dump the
session id or the a_session data block so that I can figure out who or what
is causing this to occur?
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