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From "David Liles" <David.Li...@kcc.usda.gov>
Subject Re: Stream Ended Unexpectedly
Date Wed, 17 Nov 2004 21:32:36 GMT
Take a look at the following... http://www.dynamichostings.com/Documents.do  The link for the
updated redirector2.dll explains the issue.

>>> JTalarczyk@mbaum.com 11/17/04 03:18PM >>>
My server configuration is as follows: Windows 2003 box running IIS 6
with isapi_redirector2.dll and Tomcat 5.0.25.  A dedicated fractional T
for inbound web traffic.

 

I have a jsp app that uploads 3-8mb pdf files and dumps them in a
database using the latest downloadable version of FileUpload.  The
application works rather soundly when it is accessed in house, but
random errors, usually stream ended unexpectedly, occur when the
application is accessed from the "outside".  The upload of the file also
takes around 1 minute if not more per mb to upload.  There are times
when the files can be uploaded successfully but the upload speed is
horrible.  

 

What I have already tried:

1.	Installed Tomcat standalone on a separate box with no router or
firewall restrictions and the upload speed is the same as above. No
errors just speed issue.
2.	Completely opened the firewall and router for the original
webserver.  Speed issues and stream ended errors.
3.	Uploaded similar size files using ftp program to determine
possible upload bandwidth issue.  Files seem to upload within reason.
4.	Used package from servlets.com and experienced exact speed
problems.
5.	Accessing the application via port 8080 usually results in no
errors, but speed is still an issue. (read about 100k limit on
redirector)

 

My biggest concern now is to determine whether the problem is with
Tomcat, IIS, or some other configuration.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.


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