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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 17537] - 2.0.44 (and earlier) fail to serve .jpg files on RedHat 7.3
Date Sat, 01 Mar 2003 13:06:07 GMT
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2.0.44 (and earlier) fail to serve .jpg files on RedHat 7.3





------- Additional Comments From trawick@apache.org  2003-03-01 13:06 -------
level set: I withdraw my previous comment about large file support being enabled.
I suspect that is not the case, because the symptom of enabling large file
support on problematic Linux boxes is a build failure, not a run-time failure.

So: no idea on cause here, just glad that "EnableSendfile Off" did the trick

You might want to turn sendfile back on temporarily and get an strace of
successfully sending a gif file so we can try to see what might be different.

Also, the jpg failures aren't just with a certain jpg that is being rewritten
frequently are they?  I see stat say the file is 10669 bytes and not much
further we tell sendfile to send that many bytes...  Only if the jpg file has
changed during that timeframe would our parameters to sendfile be wrong.
The other parms to sendfile are obviously correct.

Also, what sort of filesystem does the failing jpg file live on?  Is that a
different filesystem than gif files that work?  Some filesystems don't work with
sendfile.

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