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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 11983] - Connection closed prematurly on CGI requests
Date Thu, 17 Oct 2002 07:30:31 GMT
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Connection closed prematurly on CGI requests

hb@websale-ag.de changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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            Version|2.0.40                      |2.0.43



------- Additional Comments From hb@websale-ag.de  2002-10-17 07:30 -------
Version 2.0.43 does not solve this problem, in fact it seems to have become 
worse.

Now Apache doesn't add a "Content-Length" header field to the output of CGI 
programs anymore *and* ignores the "Keep-Alive" in Http/1.0 Requests if 
no "Content-length" is present in the HTTP header.

Now you don't even need a special HTTP client to reproduce the problem. All you 
need is a CGI program that produces a lengthy output and doesn't insert 
a "Content-length" field and an older Netscape version, for example 4.61. 
Create a frameset that calls two instances of the CGI program and you get 
an "connection reset by peer" error almost every time you try open the frameset.

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