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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 29700] - Range header failure on second hard disk
Date Sun, 20 Jun 2004 21:59:02 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From t.coppey@bluewin.ch  2004-06-20 21:59 -------
> It sounds somehow not like an apache bug.
Maybe a deeper problem in the ext3 or with the ln command I don't know where...
In fact I use the link() function in PHP. But when I do [ls -ls] in /home/mir/ 
it gives the right size. What's annoying is that when I use 2 different method 
(mount --bind / symbolic link) to access this file it doesn't work => it seems 
we can exclude a dir binding problem, and when it works on the first hard 
disk, it seems we can exclude a hardlink error. So where is the bug ? I have 
to say "maybe" in the buffering system. But in that case, why does it works 
when we ask for the full file and not when we request a part of it ?

> You might wanna try EnableSendfile Off or EnableMMap Off or both.
> Does it change anything?
Unfortunately nothing :(

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