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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 22870] - Apache 2.0 logging bogus transfer info
Date Thu, 27 Nov 2003 11:10:15 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From jve@3dgamers.com  2003-11-27 11:10 -------
Joshua - thanks for your empathetic response.  :)  If you think my "attitude" 
seemd a little strong, you shoulda seen what I deleted before hitting the 
Submit button.  Heh-heh.

We went back to 1.3, so I have no patch to contribute and no test system at 
the moment.

Thanks for the tip about EnableSendfile, which defaults to "on".

I see from the sendfile(2) man page that it updates an offset value to show 
the last byte sent, plus 1.  So when using sendfile, apache should still be 
able to show the actual bytecount transmitted, even in the case of a 
prematurely closed socket.  Thus, setting EnableSendfile to "off" shouldn't 
make a difference, right?  I haven't looked at the code, either...

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