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litespeed_wiki:cache:common:logged-in-cookie-conflicts [2017/10/18 19:57]
Lisa Clarke [The Problem]
litespeed_wiki:cache:common:logged-in-cookie-conflicts [2017/11/17 20:26] (current)
Lisa Clarke [Managing Logged-In Cookie Conflicts]
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 Login Vary Cookie conflicts can pop up when you have multiple web applications with [[litespeed_wiki:​cache#​litespeed_cache_plugins_by_application|LSCache plugins]] enabled on the same document root, with one app being served from a subdirectory of another (as in ''<​nowiki>​www.example.com/</​nowiki>''​ and ''<​nowiki>​www.example.com/​app2/</​nowiki>''​). This can happen with distinct web applications,​ or multiple installations of the same app (e.g. two copies of WordPress). ​ Login Vary Cookie conflicts can pop up when you have multiple web applications with [[litespeed_wiki:​cache#​litespeed_cache_plugins_by_application|LSCache plugins]] enabled on the same document root, with one app being served from a subdirectory of another (as in ''<​nowiki>​www.example.com/</​nowiki>''​ and ''<​nowiki>​www.example.com/​app2/</​nowiki>''​). This can happen with distinct web applications,​ or multiple installations of the same app (e.g. two copies of WordPress). ​
  
 +[[https://​blog.litespeedtech.com/​2017/​06/​07/​wpw-conflict-free-cookies-and-tags-on-multi-app-sites/​|To learn more about this, see our blog post.]]
 ===== The Problem ===== ===== The Problem =====
 Of particular concern is the ''​_lscache_vary''​ cookie, which is the default in every LSCache plugin, and indicates the logged-in status of a user. As such, it is in control of what version of a page (logged in or not logged in) is served. Of particular concern is the ''​_lscache_vary''​ cookie, which is the default in every LSCache plugin, and indicates the logged-in status of a user. As such, it is in control of what version of a page (logged in or not logged in) is served.
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