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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 8482] - nph- CGIs and/or server-pushed methodes not working properly
Date Thu, 24 Oct 2002 12:01:37 GMT
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nph- CGIs and/or server-pushed methodes not working properly





------- Additional Comments From trawick@apache.org  2002-10-24 12:01 -------
If you were using mod_cgi with 2.0.43, you have all the fixes that are
available.

Here is teststream.pl on cvs HEAD with mod_cgid:

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Testing streaming of content (with scripting)
If most of the tests below succeed then it is likely streaming of content works
fine. If they fail then either the webserver, a proxy between you and the
webserver or your browser is having problems with streams (and sometimes scripts
embedded inside streams). If the difference in any failed tests is only a second
then it is more likely that your internet connection to the server is slow.

Test 0: OK
Test 1: Failed: 1035460289 != 1035460288
Test 2: Failed: 1035460294 != 1035460293
Test 3: Failed: 1035460299 != 1035460298
Test 4: Failed: 1035460304 != 1035460303
Test 5: Failed: 1035460309 != 1035460308
Less than 4 tests were successful. You probably have a problem with streaming of
content (or a slow internet connection)
End of test.
------------

Note that the failures were all only 1 second too late.

Here is teststream.pl on cvs HEAD with mod_cgi:

------
Testing streaming of content (with scripting)
If most of the tests below succeed then it is likely streaming of content works
fine. If they fail then either the webserver, a proxy between you and the
webserver or your browser is having problems with streams (and sometimes scripts
embedded inside streams). If the difference in any failed tests is only a second
then it is more likely that your internet connection to the server is slow.

Test 0: OK
Test 1: OK
Test 2: OK
Test 3: OK
Test 4: OK
Test 5: OK
6 out of 6 tests were OK, looks like streaming is working
End of test.
-----

Should I assume that there is a functional problem with mod_cgid based
on this test, or perhaps it is just a bit slower than mod_cgi?

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