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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 8388] - Long running CGI script cannot terminated by browser
Date Fri, 08 Nov 2002 14:11:41 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From bo@kase.se  2002-11-08 14:11 -------
I don't know why this bug is not being considered. I now try to post it as a
Linux/Apache 2.0 bug, since it is to be found there too, in case that will draw
more interest. I would think it is a major problem that Apache can not run
cgi-scripts with keep-alive, and I would like our technical department to be
able to upgrade our apache installations (for security fixes etc) without me
having to patch it first. I am not sufficiently aware of the purpose of the
problematic code to propose a final solution - in my own case, it is quite OK to
just throw it out, but I would think it serves some purpose - perhaps to stop
faulty cgi-scripts from running endlessly. Perhaps it could be specified in the
configuration file whether this action is wanted or not.

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