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configset  GLOBAL  session_lifetime = [VALUE]
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Default Value : 14
Data Type     : integer
Category      : miscellany
Password Notes: Visible only with password. Set with global password. 
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EXAMPLE:
configset GLOBAL session_lifetime = 30


The session_lifetime setting contains the number of days that session
information will be kept.  A session consists of all commands in
an e-mail message, a posted message, or a series of commands in one of
the WWW or other interfaces. 

Majordomo saves the complete headers of all e-mail messages containing
commands, along with a summary of the results of the commands.  The
headers of posted messages and messages to the list owners are also
saved in individual session files.  The host name, port, and date are
saved for commands issued using the WWW interfaces.  

Because the session files can occupy significant space on an active
server, old files are removed periodically.  The frequency of removal is
controlled by the "session" trigger in the GLOBAL triggers configuration
setting; by default, this happens daily.

An individual session file can be viewed using the sessioninfo command.

The session number that corresponds to each previously-issued command
can be seen using the report-full command.

The session files are stored in the "sessions" subdirectory of the main
directory of the GLOBAL pseudo-list.


See Also:
   help admin_monitor
   help configset_dup_lifetime
   help configset_inactive_lifetime
   help configset_latchkey_lifetime
   help configset_log_lifetime
   help configset_post_lifetime
   help configset_post_limits
   help configset_token_lifetime
   help configset_triggers
   help report
   help sessioninfo

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Majordomo 2, version 0.1201103110.

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