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[eluser]Pascal Kriete[/eluser]
Try looking in the system/libraries folder Wink . Ci doesn't use the native $_SESSION array, but instead uses a cookie solution. Either way a session is generated for each user.

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[eluser]beseku[/eluser]
[quote author="Magpie" date="1215020824"]sorry buddy, it was just a mistake ! just pressed it one more accidentally ! , but what I meant is not the statistics, but the cost that you and your shared server will pay inorder to use sessions for a task that does not need it. as far as I know, yahoo use cookies even for it's autentication (I just heard it, I don't know it's true or not), and the reason is , session can make a huge load on the server (such as many other web-based systems)[/quote]

I didn't mean that to come across as aggressive in any way - I was just trying to supply some real world stats for comparison - my point was just that these sites were built using CI sessions and handled the load impressively, so I can't see what load would be required to cause server issues when doing this.
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