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The problem can be solved by one time running the
git checkout . and then adding those 4 files to your
.gitignore file if you're planning on running
npm run prod on the server.
The reason this is happening is because you've run the
npm run prod command it has generated those 4 files on your server. As you've already built them locally and then pushed them to the repo it's then saying it can't do a pull because it can't merge those files on top of each other.
Started a new Conversation Load Balancer - Redis Session Persistence
I'm having an issue with session data not persisting when using a load balancer and Redis, all configured via Forge.
The setup is as follows:
At the moment I have the load balancer set up as "Round robin". However, on every page refresh that it swaps to the other server, the session ID is changing and so it's screwing my application. I need the session to persist over the server swaps.
I'm using a remote Redis application and as far as I'm aware I have all the .env variables set correctly on both application servers.
If I run
Redis-cli keys* on the Redis server, I can see lots of _cache files being generated on each page refresh.
I have tried adding the load balancer IP to the proxy section of TrustedProxies but this did nothing.
This is the environment settings I have, duplicated on both application servers:
CACHE_DRIVER=redis SESSION_DRIVER=redis SESSION_LIFETIME=120 SESSION_CONNECTION=session SESSION_DOMAIN=".domain.com" REDIS_CLIENT=predis REDIS_HOST=126.96.36.199 REDIS_PASSWORD="" REDIS_PORT=6379
Anything else I can look at?