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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 47087] Incorrect request body handling with Expect: 100-continue if the client does not receive a transmitted 300 or 400 response prior to sending its body
Date Mon, 07 Dec 2009 23:59:23 GMT

--- Comment #11 from Nick Kew <> 2009-12-07 15:59:16 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #10)
> Disabling keepalive unconditionally for all requests which include Expect:
> 100-continue is overkill.  I think it would be sufficient to fix this bug to
> disable keepalive when sending a final response, if the client has sent
> "Expect: 100-continue", and no 1xx interim response has already been sent.
> RFC 2616 lists that as a "MAY" if I interpret section 8.2.3 correctly.

Joe, is that a reservation about the patch?  It will disable keepalive if and
only if we sent a non-100 response when the client was expecting 100.  That's
an errordocument (or some app that can't deal with 100 and should therefore
presumably force HTTP/1.0).  Seems right to me.

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