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From "Dwayne Miller" <>
Subject Re: read_request_line() failed in JRE-1
Date Fri, 15 Feb 2002 20:08:24 GMT
Well,  I found the problem... or part of it.  Turns out the module in 
question (which is a custom module) was being rebuilt when I updated to 
the JRE-1 tarball, but not being copied to the installation directory. 
 So I was using a version linked with .31 of Apache.

The reason I couldn't test with a standard module (CGI), is a config 
file problem, I'm sure, as I see raw HTML when requesting an index.html 
file, and raw Perl when requesting a index.cgi file.

Thanks for your assistance.


Justin Erenkrantz wrote:

>On Fri, Feb 15, 2002 at 12:08:29PM -0500, Dwayne Miller wrote:
>>I captured the output generated by both IE 5.5 and Mozilla 0.9.8.
>>Then used telnet to connect to Apache and pasted the data from Mozilla. 
>>Output returned was exactly as expected.  But submitting it from 
>>Mozilla, it fails.  The  body of the post (the form variables) are not 
>>read.  Could this have anything to do with delivering data to the server 
>>in CHUNKS?  Does an Apache module need to do anything special to make 
>>sure it is getting all of the chunks making up a request?  (Is this even 
>>worded with the correct terminology?)
>A few things:
>1) Can you please post the request you sent?
>2) What module is handling the data?  Is it a custom module?
>3) The only thing it should need to do is call ap_get_brigade() with
>the appropriate parameters.  You could use ap_setup_client_block() as
>well, but that's not really the preferred way anymore.
>Is it working with IE 5.5?  It may be a bug in Mozilla.  =(  Or, it
>could also be a timing issue too.  -- justin

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