Just upgraded to 3.2.0. After install and database upgrade, PHPList loops back to the login screen with any click in the interface (try just looking at statistics, and you are back to the login screen).
Another person mentioned something about a “varnish cache”, but no details about what that s or the steps needed to disable it.
I did what the steps called for: saving the config file before uploading the new code, then copying the config file back into its original location (if I had not done that, I would not have completed the database upgrade).
Were there required changes to the conf? I did not see any such in the upgrade docs.
@gunfacts When you are logged-out, is there a message such as due to inactivity or change of IP address?
To rule out the IP address changing try disabling IP address checking in your config.php file, change the 1 to 0
# to increase security the session of a user is checked for the IP address
# this needs to be the same for every request. This may not work with
# network situations where you connect via multiple proxies, so you can
# switch off the checking by setting this to 0
The answer is no, very doubtful about sessions/IP. Working from home with a rather typical home network (simple LinkSys router) to a standard Comcast link. IP rarely changes, and certainly not second-by-second. Also, CHECK_SESSIONIP was already set to zero as an earlier test.
Your best bet is to pay for support from the phpList developers, there is a form here: https://phplist.com/installservice - just link to the post and explain the issue, giving the info as requested. They will fix it for you.
This is not an issue affecting everyone, so it’s something quite specific to you, and it doesn’t look like it’s easy to identify either, so it seems unlikely it’s going to be fixed though generalised processes like bug report.
If you want to try to debug this problem, this is the code in file admin/index.php at line 323 that causes you to be logged-out with the message ‘Your session timed out, please log in again’. @gunfacts in an earlier post, did you mean that there is no message displayed when you are logged-out?
@duncanc, this looks very similar to what we were working on… ipv6 could be the culprit. I looked up @gunfacts hosting, and it’s ‘ipv6 ready’.
The ipv6 issue looks like it has been addressed in the upcoming release (next week). in the mean time, perhaps gunfacts could try this fix to see if that helps?
Also, to view the video (it’s an .mp4 file), you need a plugin to process it. My computer is setup to use quicktime. If you are using Firefox, you can look in the ‘Preferences’ ‘Applications’ and search for mp4, it will then show you what the default application is for .mp4 files
It almost appears as if the client IP address is returned as null. Perhaps this is the IPv6 issue Dan speaks of? For giggles, here is the desktop ipconfig dump (running over stock wifo through a consumer Linksys router out to Comcast).