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From "Matthias Behrens" <matthias.behr...@gulp.de>
Subject mod_proxy vs. serverpush
Date Thu, 05 Jan 2006 17:47:12 GMT
hi everybody

i am running a cgi-serverfarm behind an apache webserver with mod_rewrite / mod_proxy

one cgi is supposed to send a progress bar using serverpush 
everytime the programm completes 5% of its work, it sends further html-code which lets the
bar grow

u can all test this by going to 

http://www.gulp.de/kb/tools/trend.htm

just type some it-skills in the form and press send. you have to write some unusual combinations
or choose older data to prevent the programms cachefunction sending an immediate reply.

as you can see the bar is completed only in very big steps. but actually every imagepart of
the bar is sended seperately. some internal cache in the mod_proxy module prevents the results
from beeing sended until (i guess) 8192 bytes are reached. i allready added 1024 spaces to
every package to make it go a little more smooth but this is unacceptable for people with
low bandwith.

can u help me with this cosmetical issue?

thx
matthias


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