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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 14:38:35 GMT
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nph- CGIs and/or server-pushed methodes not working properly





------- Additional Comments From dgl-apache@otherwize.co.uk  2002-10-24 14:38 -------
I've just installed apache 2.0.43 to test with - using mod_cgi and prefork
(default ./configure options). 

teststream works fine -but- if it is called nph-teststream.cgi all but one of
the tests fail (and it's out by much more than a second).

So, the first problem is fixed by renaming it something not beinging with nph-
(I don't understand that - I thought the idea was to do less processing on nph-
scripts). For CGI:IRC renaming nph-irc.cgi to something like irc-main.cgi and
updating config (and removing the 'HTTP/1.0 200 OK' line on non-CVS versions)
fixes it. 

The other problem briefly mentioned above is still present, no signal is sent to
the process to terminate it when the user stops the request, Apache 1.3 does,
although I can't find this in any CGI specification, but it's a very useful feature.

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