Dancer2::Session::Sereal - Dancer 2 session storage in files with Sereal
This module implements Dancer 2 session engine based on Sereal files.
This backend can be used in single-machine production environments, but two things should be kept in mind: The content of the session files is not encrypted or protected in anyway and old session files should be purged by a CRON job.
The setting session should be set to
Sereal in order to use this session engine in a Dancer2 application.
Files will be stored to the value of the setting
session_dir, whose default value is
Arguments for the Sereal::Encoder and Sereal::Decoder objects can be given via the
decoder_args. If not provided, they default to
snappy => 1, croak_on_bless =>1 and
refuse_objects => 1, validate_utf8 => 1, respectively.
Here is an example configuration that use this session engine and stores session files in /tmp/dancer-sessions
session: "Sereal" engines: session: Sereal: session_dir: "/tmp/dancer-sessions" encoder_args: snappy: 1 croak_on_bless: 1 decoder_args: refuse_objects: 1 validate_utf8: 1
David Golden <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This software is Copyright (c) 2013 by David Golden.
This is free software, licensed under:
The Apache License, Version 2.0, January 2004