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From Graham Leggett <minf...@sharp.fm>
Subject Re: Dechunking code in Apache 2.0.49
Date Wed, 09 Jun 2004 11:42:36 GMT
Sumeet Singh wrote:

> I would think that mod_proxy should make an independant decision (based 
> on compliance with the RFC, mod_proxy's configuration, type of origin 
> server etc) on whether it should send a chunked or dechunked request 
> body. For example, if the client sent chunked data that was larger than 
> a configured threshold, and if the origin server connection was HTTP/1.1 
> then mod_proxy could re-chunk the request-body.
> 
> I agree, that since the data passing through the filters is in the form 
> of buckets - it has to be "unchunked" (and then filled into buckets).

The next question is: Is proxy responsible for this, or is one of the 
filters handling the incoming post responsible for this.

I strongly suspect this is not a proxy issue, but a filter issue.

Regards,
Graham
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