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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 47861] File upload has newlines inserted in file (about every 32k)
Date Wed, 07 Oct 2009 17:44:14 GMT

--- Comment #4 from hbrauer <> 2009-10-07 10:44:14 PDT ---
(In reply to comment #2)
> Are the newlines inserted during the upload or the download?

The newline characters are inserted on upload.  Download works fine. 
I have uploaded files using ftp and downloaded the via http (i.e putting the
URL link to the file). I have no problem downloading files.

> What happens if you don't use/load cache?

If I try to prevent the cache from storing data, the file is truncated. 
If I don't try to control the cache, I get the entire file downloaded with the
newline characters inserted randomly.

> Please attach your httpd.conf file so we can see your configuration.


> What is /bin/upload?  What happens if you replace it with some alternative way
> of handling uploads?

/bin/upload is my perl script which I use to handle the upload request. 

I don't have trouble coping files from one VMS host to another.  The ftp
protocol is turned off on the host where the webserver resides.

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