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From Rob Hartill <hart...@ooo.lanl.gov>
Subject Re: Apache self-destruct
Date Tue, 14 Nov 1995 15:49:42 GMT
 
> grep 155.207.1.25 access_log
> 155.207.1.25 - - [14/Nov/1995:20:59:18 +0000] "NULL" 200 225
> 155.207.1.25 - - [14/Nov/1995:20:59:35 +0000] "NULL" 200 225
> 155.207.1.25 - - [14/Nov/1995:20:59:50 +0000] "NULL" 200 225

Isn't it "impossible" to record a request of null and a response
of 255 bytes?

I had a look at the code and concluded that "NULL" was the result
of a client timeout, where the client sent no data (or at least
no "\n"), and at the point where that timeout is caught, bytes
sent has been set to -1.

Something is seriously wrong here, or is there a logical explanation?

rob

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