[mod_python] Re: Session management implementation in mod_python

Graham Dumpleton graham.dumpleton at gmail.com
Wed Feb 10 05:05:02 EST 2010

I would perhaps suggest you look at Beaker as a better/simpler to
understand example of session management. The mod_python
implementation is complicated by the fact that it tries to handle
cross process exclusive locking.


On 10 February 2010 19:52, K.Manikandan <manikandank at tce.edu> wrote:
>>Please pick the Pieces of code you do not understand and ask your
> questions, >I will be happy to answer those and if needed help you out
> with getting your >stuff working.
>>Kind regards,
>>Martijn Moeling
> Hi,
> We are using twisted-python for providing web-services. We have to handle
> sessions. In the Session.py file, there was a lot of things about
> Threading and Locking. Is it mandatory that we use threading concepts for
> maintaining sessions ? Moreover, are there any other way in which we can
> maintain sessions without threading and locking?
> Regards,
> Manikandan K
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