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He,

I have a question about the who is online. How do you check who is online. Do you change values in the database or do you something else?

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I keep all information in memory. I just write to the db when the user's session expires or a logout is explicity made - btw, the information written in the database is stuff like "last access time" and so on.

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where do you made logout in the code?
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