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From Oleg Kalnichevski <ol...@apache.org>
Subject Re: HttpClient 4, I/O exception and
Date Thu, 05 Jun 2008 09:58:25 GMT
On Thu, 2008-06-05 at 11:30 +0200, Martin Zdila wrote:
> > > SocketInputStream.socketRead0(FileDescriptor, byte[], int, int, int)
> > > line: not available [native method] [local variables unavailable]
> >
> > The thread is blocked in the socket read operation. ´╗┐This is perfectly
> > normal. If you do not want the operation to block indefinitely you
> > should set a timeout for it.
> But that read operation never ends even if the remote http server is normally 
> responsive.

The client gets blocked in a _native_ method managed by the JVM. It is
entirely out of HttpClient control. If the method does not return, that
means that the server is not sending any data.

>  And this occurs only when I see "I/O exception" in the logs = 
> when the request is retried.
> 1. i don't think that "I/O exception" is normal as network connection to 
> server is perfect

This may be a bug in the JRE but I seriously doubt that 

> 2. if this "I/O exception" occurs the thread should not halt.
> 3. i can easily reproduce that problem. when i use my post form and wait cca 
> 30 sec then this issue allways appears.
> > Have you tried doing the same test without the proxy? It can well be a
> > proxy side problem.
> There is small misunderstanding. That proxy is my application = webserver 
> receiving HttpServletRequest and forwarding them through HTTP client :-).
> So I think there is bug in HTTP client. I'll try to prepare a testcase ;-)

Sure thing.


> cu

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