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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 22030] - SECURITY: 4097+ bytes of stderr from cgi script causes script to hang
Date Thu, 25 Mar 2004 10:19:34 GMT
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SECURITY: 4097+ bytes of stderr from cgi script causes script to hang





------- Additional Comments From alec@edworthyuk.co.uk  2004-03-25 10:19 -------
Thanks Jeff. I gave jcgi a very quick spin a couple of months ago but didn't
manage to make it work (although I didn't try that hard at the time). I will try
again sometime soon and see if I have any more luck.

How urgent is fixing this bug viewed as by those who are actively working on
Apache? Obviously to me it seems pretty important because it breaks all my
scripts (although I'm sure that it could be argued that my scripts are at fault
for sending so much to stderr) but I don't really have that much knowledge of
the internals of Apache and what other issues are outstanding against it at the
moment. Are we likely to see a proper fix for this included in a production
release in the foreseeable future or will work arounds within scripts and fixes
like Jeff's be the norm for now?

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