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From Rob Hartill <r...@imdb.com>
Subject DU 4.0b & Apache 1.2b8, CGI problem. (fwd)
Date Mon, 28 Apr 1997 21:27:42 GMT


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Date: Mon, 28 Apr 1997 14:43:57 -0400 (EDT)
From: Chris Johnson <johnson@chaos.dac.neu.edu>
To: apache-bugs@apache.org
Cc: Chris Johnson <johnson@chaos.dac.neu.edu>
Subject: DU 4.0b & Apache 1.2b8, CGI problem.

     Anyone runing Apache 1.2b8 on Digital UNIX 4.0b?  I'm having
trouble with CGI's.  The error_log keeps spouting 

[Mon Apr 28 14:02:47 1997] access to /httpd/cgi-bin/printenv failed for 
129.10.1 .3, reason: Premature end of script headers

And the Web client page says there's and internal error or a
misconfigueration.  

     Now I remember when I put up the CERN server I had a problem
which felt similar.  I had to put a sleep(2) or some such after the
forking off of the CGI.  DU kept clearing down the forking process
before the CGI was done send it's output back.  

     Anyone know a) if this is similar, b) where I look in the Apache 
code for where CGI's are spwaned, and c) if there's a patch for this?

     Any help appreciated.  Thanks.


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Chris Johnson                  |Internet: johnson@chaos.dac.neu.edu
Assistant Director, Systems    |
Division of Academic Computing |Voice:    617.373.3300
Northeastern University, 39 RI |FAX:      617.373.8600
360 Huntington Ave.            |Half of all doctors graduated in the lower
Boston, MA., U.S.A.  02115     |50% of the class.
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