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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 34716] - ProxyPass results in Bad Request
Date Wed, 07 Dec 2005 22:08:09 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From edwin.meester@qme.nl  2005-12-07 23:08 -------
(In reply to comment #23)
> You are all clear in the understanding that the various 'firewall' software
> products, anti-virus 'internet protection', and other add ins all insert 
> themselves into the network socket stack?
> 
> Some of the vendors of this software haven't implemented (correctly) the
> entire WinSock2 advanced API.  You can test this by completely disabling
> the product and rebooting the machine, and if that fails, uninstalling the
> product, rebooting and retesting.
> 
> Also there are several options which cripple Apache to use older API's that
> are less likely to demonstrate these bugs in 3rd party socket stack drivers,
> you can try adding these directives globally to your server, one at a time,
> and report back which directive did resolve this double-headers bug;
> 
>   Win32DisableAcceptEx
>   EnableSendfile off
>   EnableMMap off
> 
> I'm not excluding the possibility of a bug, but trying to narrow down under
> what conditions the bug might exhibit itself, and at least getting your
> servers up and operating.
> 
> Those others who see this flaw, what extra software (MS Firewall, AV products,
> etc) are you running on the sockets?
> 
> 
Ok thanks for the hints.
Found the problem, my virusscanner (NOD32 2.50.25 mod: IMON) was messing up the
headers. Apache (mod_proxy) is working perfect now.

Thanks Again.





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