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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 42492] - mod_proxy_ajp with SSL front end: data corruption of large POST request
Date Tue, 22 May 2007 20:29:08 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From rpluem@apache.org  2007-05-22 13:29 -------
Thanks for the update. A couple of other questions:

1. Do you get either all POST data in Tomcat or no data at all or do you have
situations where you get only parts of the data?
2. If you get data in Tomcat (either partial or complete) is this data always
correct or do you receive sometimes corrupted data (e.g. wrong order of data,
some data missing within, ...)

Please set your loglevel to debug and try to post / attach (depending on the
size) the output of your error log for a successfull POST request and a POST
request where data is lost.
For my convenience: Can you please attach the test jsp that displays both the
header and the POST request parameters as mentioned in your first comment?

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