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From Mladen Turk <mt...@apache.org>
Subject Re: ProxyIOBufferSize
Date Wed, 22 Oct 2008 15:29:04 GMT
Jim Jagielski wrote:
> This needs to be fixed... not only is the logic wrong compared to
> the docs, but trunk and 2.2 are different regarding what the limits
> should be... PR 44574 suggests officially removing the limit, which
> I'm not too sure about but at least right now, if someone were to set
> it to 128k, httpd would allow it (so basically, there is no limit)
> so it seems like a "safe" fix...
> 
> So what to do?
> 
> Comments? What I may just do is follow the rec buffer and
> not allow it to be less that 512, but with no upper limit
> and keep the default 8192.

The upper limit in case of ajp protocol is 65536, so either
silently enforcing that (like now), breaking,
or logging as warning.
We also round the value to 1k offset, so
ProxyIoBufferSize 16000 would effectively become 16384


Regards
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^(TM)

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