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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 39243] - Can't post files larger than 128k onto ssl client cert secured site
Date Fri, 14 Jul 2006 14:00:01 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From powell.hazzard@hp.com  2006-07-14 14:00 -------
> I'm fairly reluctant to add a config directive for this.  

   I can understand your point of view. 

> I would be happy with a "one size fits most" hard-coded limit if we could 
arrive at such a value; what is your input on changing the limit to 256K? 

IMHO

   Since I work in support/engineering I can honestly say we have customers 
that are using soap messages anywhere from 1k to 40mb in size (or higher).  
So, if you are asking for my input regarding any hard coded value I would have 
to vote for the 40mb-50mb range.  While I agree those values seem absurd for 
most small web site, but large SOAP web sites will need this type of limit out 
of the box.  Without a large hard-coded value customers are going to request 
vendors like RedHat to give them a supported version of the Apache web Server 
with a higher hard coded value because their existing applications that have 
been deployed all over the world just stopped working when they installed 
http://www.linuxsecurity.com/content/view/120313.  (Iíve already had three 
customers)



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