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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 16303] - mod_cgi works intermittently
Date Fri, 24 Jan 2003 14:28:00 GMT
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mod_cgi works intermittently





------- Additional Comments From rnejdl@ringofsaturn.com  2003-01-24 14:27 -------
The previous system was also FreeBSD 4.7 running apache with mod_php.  I'm not
sure of the exact version (actually versions) because I continued to upgrade as
new releases came out.  I have tried both Perl 5.005_03 as well as 5.6.1.   Both
produced the same problem.

Again, there is no problem with the perl scripts.  Here's an test program for
what it's worth:

#!/usr/bin/perl
print "Content-type: text/html\r\n\r\n";
print "blah<BR>\n";

The issue is that if I restart apache, the perl CGI's stop working for a period
of around a few hours and then slowly start to work again.  (This is both perl
cgi's and a compiled c program hello.cgi)  Even when they do start working,
however, CGI's are no longer able to handle posts, only gets.  PHP on the other
hand can handle posts and gets no problem.

I still wonder what's up with the time delay on the cgi's working, though.

Rusty

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