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I get the Your current session has been expired. error when trying to login.

In the admin_user_session table the session_id column which should be null is populated with a single character which means that sessions do not match

How has this happened and how do I fix it?

Magento 2.4.3 PHP 7.4

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  • ok so the comment for the session id says "Deprecated: Session ID value no longer used " but this appears to be false, I've changed varchar(1) to varchar (128) and it works Commented May 9 at 14:31

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This is the proper solution for this one.

Step-1 : find admin/security/session_lifetime in table core_config_data. if not exist create one and set value to 86400

Step-2 : clean cache (remove var/cache).

If you want same using CLI, then run this command.

php bin/magento config:set admin/security/session_lifetime 86400

php bin/magento cache:flush

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