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From "Dwayne Miller" <>
Subject Re: setsockopt bug
Date Thu, 30 May 2002 13:33:47 GMT
I'm running Apache 2.0.36-dev on Win2K, with SSL enabled.  Most clients 
are Win2K systems using either Netscape 6.x, IE5.5 or Mozilla RC1, and 
they connect and browse without problems.

One client is a Mac OS X using IE5.0.  It is constantly receiving 'Data 
Encryption Errors'.  On pages where there are images, the images appear 
as broken links.  I've tried all of the 'nokeepalive' tips (I believe) 
related to using IE, but no apparent difference in behavior.

In my log file, there are several lines (actually many) of the error

[Thu May 30 07:53:16 2002] [warn] (32538)Socket operation on non-socket: 
setsockopt(SO_UPDATE_ACCEPT_CONTEXT) failed.

I now know that the Mac is not the only client generating these errors 
on the server, but the other clients appear to be working fine, even 
though these errors show up in the server log file.

I'm in the process of upgrading the Mac to a more recent version of IE.

For what it's worth, this Mac, using IE can reference our Netscape 
Enterprise Server, SSL enabled sites without problems.

I was remember seeing the above error in the list recently, but 
searching the bug database did not find a hit.  Since I have a system 
that can repeatedly generate both the client and the server problems, I 
was going to do some probing into the code to see if I could figure out 
what was going on ( before I upgrade and cover up the problem).


Jeff Trawick wrote:

>"Dwayne Miller" <> writes:
>>Wasn't there recently a bug on WinNT/Win2k with a setsockopt call that
>>failed.  I'm getting that error when the client is IE5 on Mac OSx and
>>SSL is enabled.  Tks
>Exactly what error are you getting?  Was there something in your error
>log?  Show that entry here.

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