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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 36780] - Apache crashes while processing a request whose connection has been forcibly closed by IExplorer
Date Mon, 26 Sep 2005 04:39:45 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From ruediger.pluem@vodafone.com  2005-09-26 06:39 -------
Birgit excellent report. This is what the guys love here :-).
Joe, I had a look in the core output filter and apr_brigade_destroy(b) is called
a few lines above (4255 for 2.0.54, 4285 in 291543) regardless of the value of
rv. So does the call of apr_brigade_cleanup in your patch really change things?
Sorry, I am not so deep in the details of the filters, but isn't the core output
filter the very last one in the chain? If so I guess we do not see the original
brigade / buckets here because they have been transformed by mod_deflate and
mod_ssl on their way.
Birgit does this crash also happen without mod_deflate and mod_ssl (This is not
a solution proposal, I just try to narrow things :-))?


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