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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 31759] - default handler returns output filter apr_status_t value
Date Thu, 30 Mar 2006 21:55:08 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From jrhett@svcolo.com  2006-03-30 22:55 -------
Since Joe claims that this is where the logging bug should be followed up, I'm
continuing conversation here.

If this is the same problem as reported, this problem affects EVERY request, not
just reverse proxy.  (if not, then Joe referred me incorrectly)

This is currently affecting roughly 2k log entries per night on my personal colo
machine.  It's tens of thousands more on real production websites.  It's a fatal
flaw in one of Apache's most basic operations -- log the request.

What do we need to do to get developers to stop playing with grand new features
that aren't crucial to basic operation, and fix the core?

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