As above. I've done a clean, install.
I set DB sessions during install as Files seem to fail.
I also deselected all optional modules as otherwise it would just sit there checking. Installation seemed to work fine with these settings but now when I try to login to the admin screen is says "Your current session has been expired". So now I can't do anything.
I've increased the values on these:
session.cookie_lifetime 86400 session.gc_maxlifetime 86400
I've also deleted the var/cache folder.
There was a suggestion to change this:
Table core_config_data -> admin/security/session_lifetime -> 86400
But that row doesn't exist in my database.
Cron jobs seem to be running and not returning any errors.
You just need to apply the session changes to PHP and then clear the cache:
# /path/to/php bin/magento cache:clean Cleaned cache types: config layout block_html collections reflection db_ddl eav customer_notification full_page config_integration config_integration_api translate config_webservice
it should fix your session issue.
i have the same problem. Do i need to add these session thing in my php.ini file?
And then just delete the cache right? it doesnt work...