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From Blaise Tarr <blaise.t...@cnet.com>
Subject proxy & cgi no longer streamed, C-L filter buffers
Date Thu, 15 Aug 2002 18:54:01 GMT
With 2.0.40 content coming from mod_proxy and mod_cgi is no longer
streamed to the client but sent in one big chunk.  It appears that the
C-L filter now buffers the data in every case.  For certain
applications this is a very undesirable feature, and it would be very
helpful if the C-L filter could be bypassed (and simply not send back
a C-L header).  In 2.0.32 streaming behaved beautifully.  Then in
2.0.36 and 2.0.39 the C-L filter started buffering large chunks.  Now
in 2.0.40 everything is buffered and a C-L header is always inserted.
Could the 2.0.32 streaming/C-L behavior be brought back, perhaps
enabled by a config option?

Blaise

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