[thelist] Website Error

Johnathon Tinsley jon at encryptec.net
Tue Aug 29 08:00:08 CDT 2006

Hello... I just joined this group today... my names Johnathon btw. Sorry this is a bit off topic, but I cant get into the site to post an error report, and I can't get into the site to join any other groups :(
I'm getting this error:

Fatal error: Duplicate entry 'd9bda3729e5de76124fd519' for key 1 query: INSERT INTO sessions (sid, uid, hostname, timestamp) VALUES ('d9bda3729e5d848f124fd519', 0, 'MY_IP_ADD', 1156855952) in /store/host/www.evolt.org/includes/database.mysql.inc on line 66

I've got a session cookie already, so it shouldnt be trying to insert a new session record into the database.

I've got other sessions open atm.. (working) so I don't really want to wipe my session cookies.

Can anyone help?!

Johnathon Tinsley, Encryptec Limited
Tel: 0845 25 77033, FWD: 753977
Email: jtinsley at encryptec.net, MSN: jtinsley at encryptec.net

----- Original Message -----
From: Hershel Robinson <hershel at galleryrobinson.com>
To: thelist at lists.evolt.org
Sent: 29 August 2006 12:35:35 o'clock GMT+0000
Subject: Re: [thelist] PHP MVC framework recommendations

Paul Bennett wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've started looking at Ruby on Rails and am impressed with what I've found.
> At this stage, it's unlikely that we could get Ruby installed her at work, so I'm looking at other (PHP) options.
> Can anyone recommend a good PHP MVC framework? I've looked at CakePHP but the project feels quite 'immature' and the documentation / tutorials are of dubious (but improving) quality.

I would strongly recommend you look again AND join the mailing list and 
ask some questions about these issues. Neither of your impressions I 
feel are necessarily accurate. I am a satisfied user of CakePHP, and I 
invested some research (on two occasions) into other options and both 
times, ended up with Cake.


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