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From Henrik Nordstrom <hen...@henriknordstrom.net>
Subject Re: Limiting response body length
Date Mon, 12 Feb 2007 21:09:57 GMT
mån 2007-02-12 klockan 17:51 +0000 skrev Nick Kew:

> 2. Where there's chunked encoding, the check would best be
> implemented in the chunking filter.
> 
> 3. A simple count/abort filter is then a last resort.
> And it won't be able to tell the client what's happened,
> because the header has already been sent (unless it
> buffers the entire response, which is horribly inefficient).

Why differing 2 and 3? What's the benefit of doing it in the chunking
filter? Just to avoid having yet another filter in the chain or
something besides that?

Regards
Henrik

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