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From Jeff Trawick <traw...@attglobal.net>
Subject Re: [PATCH] RecvTimeout directive for 1.3.23
Date Sat, 26 Jan 2002 20:29:58 GMT
Ian Morgan <imorgan@webcon.net> writes:

> >From the 1.3.23 ChangeLog:
> 
> > (eg, one attack mode of the Nimda worm is to establish a connection to the
> > server but not send an HTTP request. This connection will be timed out
> > according to the setting of the Timeout directive, 300 seconds)
> 
> Well, they seem to recognize the problem, anyways. Anybody know why this
> patch isn't being accepted? It works like a charm.

IIRC, it added to the server_rec which would require an API MMN bump,
and I think somebody mentioned that on the list.

Maybe you addressed that, maybe I'm extremely confused, maybe both.  I
tried to verify but (see next comment)

> Download:
> http://www.webcon.net/opensource/apache/apache_1.3.23_recv_timeout.patch

--->bad URL

bad URL on the page mentioned previously too

Is this in 2.0 yet?  I think that lots of people think it is cool and
appropriate for Apache.  The question (IIRC) is which release.  I
don't think there is any question that an appropriate patch for 2.0
would have an easy time.

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