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From Drew Dowling <drewh...@drewhead.org>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Status Code 104 in access_log?
Date Wed, 19 Feb 2003 02:04:06 GMT
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> You are right, it isn't defined in RFC2616 or anywhere in the httpd source.
> Maybe trn_up.cgi is returning 104?  Do you have the source for this cgi?

turn_up.cgi is home grown perl code, a la me.  :)  There are no returns in it
that send 104 codes, though there are two external modules being used.  I
suppose I could wrap those calls in evals to try and catch anything there,
but I find it hard to believ that File::Copy or CGI_Lite are throwing
exceptions in this case.

I had not considered this because I did not know that such things were
passed through the CGI.  I thought that 505 was the result of a program
blowing up on the other side of the gateway reguardless of returned error.
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