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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 35194] - LimitRequestBody is not considered, if a Action Handler is called
Date Fri, 03 Jun 2005 16:51:40 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From rkhb@gmx.net  2005-06-03 18:51 -------
>apply the LimitRequestBody to php.exe rather than proto1.php

Your guess is correct, LimitRequestBody in a <Directory '/php/'>-block will be
executed. But the website will later be uploaded to an internet webserver where
I haven't access to the httpd.conf neither information about it. On that server
LimitRequestBody in a .htaccess file is considered - while PHP (or something
else) crashes when POST_MAX_SIZE is exceeded.

I solved the problem for myself. Maybe the described behavior is not a bug, but
a misunderstanding on my side. In this case I would appreciate adding a CAUTION
to the documentation.

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