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Constant session time-outs

I only stay logged in for a few minutes, and then it seems I am automatically logged out.

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old Mar 9th, 2016, 04:38 AM
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Re: Constant session time-outs

Same.

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Re: Constant session time-outs

do you have auto sign in? I get that message sometimes but very rarely.
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Re: Constant session time-outs

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I only stay logged in for a few minutes, and then it seems I am automatically logged out.
That was happening to me on the day of the major announcement. It hasn't happened since Monday evening though

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Re: Constant session time-outs

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Same.
Hey there,

What browser are you using when you come across this issue?
Also are you idle when you are logged out, or are you browsing th site, then all of a sudden get booted out?

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Re: Constant session time-outs

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That was happening to me on the day of the major announcement. It hasn't happened since Monday evening though
I think it's been OK for me since then as well.

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Hey there,

What browser are you using when you come across this issue?
Also are you idle when you are logged out, or are you browsing th site, then all of a sudden get booted out?

Richard.
My own experience: As I recall, the site did not actively log me out. I sometimes noticed that when I opened a new page - either in the same tab or a new one - that I was no longer logged in. Other times, I was responding to a post, and when I went to submit it, I was no longer logged in.

Note: I'm using Firefox.
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Hey there,

What browser are you using when you come across this issue?
Also are you idle when you are logged out, or are you browsing th site, then all of a sudden get booted out?

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Google Chrome.
Browsing the Site, then get randomly logged off.

But don't worry, it's fine now. Might have just been the high traffic in the aftermath of Maria's announcement.
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I think it's been OK for me since then as well.


My own experience: As I recall, the site did not actively log me out. I sometimes noticed that when I opened a new page - either in the same tab or a new one - that I was no longer logged in. Other times, I was responding to a post, and when I went to submit it, I was no longer logged in.

Note: I'm using Firefox.
Are you still having issues with being logged out?
It seems to have fixed for The Walking Bye.

If so, Can you try clearing your cache and cookies and see if that helps at all?

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Are you still having issues with being logged out?
It seems to have fixed for The Walking Bye.

If so, Can you try clearing your cache and cookies and see if that helps at all?

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Thanks, it seems to be OK since the night I reported it. But if I have any more problems, I'll try clearing the cache first

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