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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 17357] - Large files cause incomplete directory listings
Date Wed, 19 Mar 2003 06:24:52 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From cst@andrew.cmu.edu  2003-03-19 06:24 -------
I am experiencing the same problem with apache 2.0.44 (occured in all versions
I've used since I can remember) on Windows XP.  I have one file that is about
56MB, the next biggest is 29MB, 3 ~20MB files and the rest are under 10MB. 
There are 638 files in the directory, and 2 subdirectories.  The .htaccess
contains only:
Options +Indexes
Removing the PHP module and restarting apache did not change the behavior.  I
downloaded a binary apache from one of the official mirrors.

Also, it doesn't always stop at the same file, and it doesn't usually print all
the info for the last file (sometimes stops after just the icon, part of the
name, part of the date, etc).  Sometimes it does give the complete listing.

After some testing:
The behavior did not seem to be present until I had ~490 files (~2.28GB) in the
directory, and then it did not happen all the time.  I moved in large blocks so
I can't be more specific as to when it started breaking.

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