Change Session Timeout in Drupal 7

Change Session Timeout in Drupal 7

if you  are facing problem with drupal 7  logout and you want to logout visitor within a specific time. if you want to end you session in 1 or 2 day(s) or any other random time then the solution is to set 2o minutes for session timeout.

Change Session Timeout in Drupal 7 is easy. Default Drupal 7  session timeout is 23days which is defined in settings.php file which is  located under default folder, after opening settings.php search for

ini_set('session.cookie_lifetime',  2000000);

Now you can change “2000000” which is  equal to 23 days in seconds. and you can enter what ever you want  like for 1 minute you can change 60.

I think this will clear you everything still you found any issue you can comment and ask for help.

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3 Responses to Change Session Timeout in Drupal 7

  1. ashish says:

    It is still not working even after clearing my cache it doesn’t seems to work.
    may i known how to fix it.


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