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From Ian Holsman <i...@cnet.com>
Subject Re: Nasty chunking bug (in MSIE?) when using ap_rwrite()/ap_rflush()
Date Tue, 17 Jul 2001 05:02:25 GMT
TOKILEY@aol.com wrote:

>In a message dated 01-07-16 23:17:20 EDT, you write:
>
>>>>MSIE is choking due to a '0' byte happening in the middle of the 
>>>>response being sent back.
>>>>
>
>Ah... okay... so you mean something is 'truncating' the data and
>adding the terminator chunk length too early? 
>
to reproduce...
(with proxy_http,proxy,&include loaded)

<Location /test/>
    ProxyPass http://holsman.net/test/
    SetOutputFilter INCLUDES
</Location>

and then turn on tcpflow, go into MSIE and type 
http://localhost/test/main.shtml

in IE I see
before
sub


in NS6
before
sub
after


BTW The 'chunk_filter' seems to be getting 3 EOS packets for each.


..Ian


>
>
>The last data buffer is actually 'missing' or something?
>That shouldn't really bother most browsers unless it's a graphic 
>in which case the presentation layer stuff culd blow trying to
>do the GIF LZ77 decode or the JPEG unwind.
>
>
>Kevin Kiley
>




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