About Session Restore

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You last Firefox session closed unexpectedly. You can restore the tabs and windows from your previous session, or start a new session if you think the problem was related to the pare you were viewing. Multiple session backup and restore A multiple session restore operation allows backup-archive clients to start multiple sessions that use no-query restore operations, thus increasing the speed of restore operations. A multiple session restore operation is similar to a multiple session backup operation.

This may or may not be an answer you are looking for. As far as I know, you can't 'restore' a session based on the session cookie. What I do is store a cookie with the client's id, username, and password, salted and hashed. It doesn't store 'sessions', this would constitute a persistence of state between uses, which would provide means for linkability between your various browsing sessions. In other words, it would make you trackable and remove much of the protection Tor Browser provides. Since it doesn't store sessions, there is nothing to be recovered.

(PHP 5 >= 5.6.0, PHP 7, PHP 8)

Restore edge session after reboot

session_resetRe-initialize session array with original values

Description

session_reset() reinitializes a session with original values stored in session storage. This function requires an active session and discards changes in $_SESSION.

Return Values

Firefox About Session Restore

Returns true on success or false on failure.

Changelog

VersionDescription
7.2.0 The return type of this function is bool now. Formerly, it has been void.

See Also

  • The session.auto_start configuration directive
  • session_start() - Start new or resume existing session
  • session_abort() - Discard session array changes and finish session
  • session_commit() - Alias of session_write_close
parsa dot mhn at outlook dot com
5 years ago
First of all you should execute this code :
<?php
session_start
();
$_SESSION['A'] = 'Some Value';
?>

then you should execute this one :
<?php
start_session
();
$_SESSION['A'] = 'Some New Value'; // set new value
session_reset(); // old session value restored
echo $_SESSION['A'];
//Output: Some Value
?>

That is because session_reset() is rolling back changes to the last saved session data, which is their values right after the session_start().
vijay dot mits at gmail dot com
6 years ago
first create a session variable
<?php
session_start
();
$_SESSION['A'] = 'Some Value';
echo
$_SESSION['A'];
//Output: Some Value
//if you need to rollback the session values after seting new value to session variables use session_reset()
$_SESSION['A'] = 'Some New Value'; // set new value
session_reset(); // old session value restored
echo $_SESSION['A'];
//Output: Some Value
?>
  • Session Functions

SQLyog has the ability to save 'sessions savepoints' and open connections from the savepoint to the same state as when the savepoint was generated.

About Session Restore

With the term 'session' we understand the sum of all open connections as well as all Query- , Query Builder- and Schema Designer opened in every connection as well the History tab for every connection. With the term 'session savepoint' we understand all information of the 'session' s we just defined it written to a file (a SQLite database is used).

About Session Restore Firefox

Session savepoints can be handled automatically by SQLyog, on demand by user (or both simultaneously).

1) The automatic way

SQLyog will restore your previous session along with all the query tabs, query builder tabs, schema designer tabs and the history tab the way you left it. This option can be found in Tools > Preferences > Others > Restore session on startup.

2) The user-managed way

Open Session Savepoint: This option is used to open a saved session.

Save Session: Save current session.

Save Session As: Save current session ina different file name.

End session: Session will be ended but the connections will not be closed.