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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 23:01:48 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From veugelerse@macewan.ca  2007-05-22 16:01 -------
(In reply to comment #3)
> 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?

AFAIK, it's all or nothing.

> 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, ...)

Again AFAIK, it seems to be fine when it works.

I was trying to reproduce the issue on my local machine today (no access to problem app),
fresh 
httpd-2.2.4, fresh tomcat 5.5.20, fresh little webapp, and I cannot reproduce it. Bum. I'll
get more when 
I'm back at the other site.

Thanks so far.

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