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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 43738] - Who is hiding my buffered POST data from mod_ssl after renegotiation?
Date Thu, 01 Nov 2007 08:43:51 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From jorton@redhat.com  2007-11-01 01:43 -------
That all looks correct.  The filter chain is correct; r->remaining is 525 which
matches the number of bytes the SSL buffer captured.

I can't see why this would fail, and I can't think what else to suggest here
other than stepping through the code to see what is happening, or adding a lot
of ap_log_rerror() debugging calls in ap_get_client_block()/ap_http_filter().  

- is this ap_get_client_block() call happening *before* the timeout?
- does ap_get_client_block() fail?
- the topmost filter is ap_http_filter - breakpoint on that; does it get
invoked?  step through; what does it do?



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