That's one of the biggest problem created with f... mind of the owner. As long as you play with a project, everything is fine, but in reality, you have a chance to get 400-900K records in your session table.
- Solution 1: upload the Std OCMod version and be happy
- Solution 2: Kill the oc_session table and create a new one
CREATE TABLE `oc_session` ( `session_id` varchar(32) NOT NULL, `data` text NOT NULL, `ip_address` varchar(255) DEFAULT NULL, `user_agent` tinytext, `expire` datetime NOT NULL, PRIMARY KEY (`session_id`) ) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8
- Upload innoDB version
Fix Gs Sessions Std Ocmod
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|Date:||September 29, 2019|