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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 21955] - Dynamically generated HTML pages compressed with mod_deflate are sometimes truncated
Date Fri, 12 Sep 2003 21:05:40 GMT
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Dynamically generated HTML pages compressed with mod_deflate are sometimes truncated

brandon@mail.voyager.com changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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           Severity|Critical                    |Major
           Priority|Other                       |Medium
            Version|2.0.46                      |2.0.47



------- Additional Comments From brandon@mail.voyager.com  2003-09-12 21:05 -------
This problem is also experienced on our site using standard CGI (compiled C) and 
mod_deflate.  Hundreds to thousands of visitors are reporting it (after an 
upgrade from Apache 1.3.2[78] to Apache 2.0.47) and transition from mod_gzip to 
mod_deflate.

Additional sidenote:  Our upgrade was performed when we began suddenly 
encountering problems with users staying connected to v1.3.27, halted in 
writev()'s as if they had paused their connections, and using up the available 
server slots.  The Timeout setting did not seem to affect them, and they would 
often remain for up to 15... 20 minutes, possibly more.

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