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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 31759] - error 70007 apr_bucket - apache reverse proxy - SSL
Date Mon, 01 Aug 2005 12:03:19 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From markus-apache@anthill.de  2005-08-01 14:03 -------
(In reply to comment #8)
> (In reply to comment #7)
> > There is a bug in mod_ssl somewhere which means that the APR error code 70007 
> is
> > being returned in the wrong place, which is why it gets logged in access_log.
> > But it's still not clear to me: what actual problems are you seeing other than
> > the oddity in the logging?
> 
> 
> In the error_log , lot of errors like [info] (70007)The timeout specified has 
> expired: SSL input filter read failed.
> 
> In the access_log : some 70007 : POST /wp_doc_upload.asp?PID=987665 HTTP/1.1" 
> 70007 23 "https://aa.com/test.asp" "Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows 
> NT 5.0; Hotbar 4.5.1.0)"
> 
> each time a 70007 or 500 error occured, ie is out ( blank page ) .
> 
> On version 1.3.31, there are only 500 error code ( asp script time out ), but 
> no 70007 error code .

I have log entries with http error code 70007, too, but I don't have any entries
in the error_log. mod_ssl isn't used. here the errors come from POST requests

apache 2.0.54 / php 4.4.0
LogLevel warn

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