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From Brian Behlendorf <>
Subject Re: Apache 1.0.3 and send timeouts (Resend)
Date Sat, 16 Mar 1996 20:47:53 GMT
On Wed, 13 Mar 1996, Richard Freilich wrote:
> Earlier this evening I upgraded from Apache 1.0.0 to 1.0.3, mostly 
> because I wanted to get rid of the large amount of send timeouts I was 
> receiving.  Sure enough, there are no more send timeouts, however they 
> seem to have been replaced by "send lost connection to client" - any 
> comments/suggestions about this?

Yup, the error string was changed to be more informative. :)

This is not really something you need to worry about - this string shows 
up when the client closes the connection (like, stops the loading or 
goes to another page while the first page and/or its images are still 
loading), when the internet link goes south for a few minutes, etc.  In 
other words, it's completely normal.  It's useful for debugging problems 
with buggy browsers sometimes, which is why it's in... if we had logging 
levels in Apache I'd place it at the most verbose level actually.'


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