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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 41362] - mod_disk_cache and mod_include conflict generating incorrect pages from cache
Date Thu, 18 Jan 2007 23:49:18 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From dev-apache.org@humph.com  2007-01-18 15:49 -------
darn! Now I cannot fully reproduce the bug. Originally I found this on FreeBSD 6.1-STABLE
with httpd 
2.2.3. Then I tested on MacOSX 10.4.x httpd 2.2.4 and found the same problem. Now, still on
MacOSX 
and 2.2.4 I see only half of the problem. But I include the result of the debug session.
First let me say that what I still observe is this:

1) the file il cached but a subsequent request recaches it.
2) the content of the data file is incorrect (and is the same as it used to be the served
data):

***** cache
<html>
[...]
<p>just before the exec call</p>
<html>
[...]
<p>just before the exec call</p>
bar

<p>just after the exec call</p>

</body>
</html>

3) the served data is correct:

<html>
[...]
<p>just before the exec call</p>
bar

<p>just after the exec call</p>

</body>
</html>


Debug results: attached.
Please note that it hit the breakpoints once each. The content was completely served after
continuing 
past the second one.

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