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From pete rippe <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] image download...
Date Mon, 17 Feb 2003 17:55:02 GMT
Is it just you who have experienced that problem, or other people 
complained as well? If its just you, i'd probably check what browser you 
are using, or something mainly on the client side. If multiple people 
have complained, do a 'tail -f access_log' which will open the last 
lines of the log, and as requests come in, you will see them updated as 
it goes. Now just load one of the sites that has problems, and see all 
the requests that come in, and check that each image request that should 
be in the page actually are even being noticed. Do the images that don't 
get downloaded display as like 'X'd boxes (like, the image doesnt 
exist), or are they just shown as place markers and your browser is 
still trying to load them? A bit more info on your apache config would 
be nice, but its possible that its set up to not handle as many requests 
per thread or process (again, depending how you have it setup) so 
something is just getting dropped as apache doesnt want to handle that 
many requests. I'm not sure how much that helped, but thats just my input.

--Pete wrote:

>Hello All,
>I am using redhat 7.3 with apache on my webserver. I could always see that
>my websites hosted on my webserver do not download all the images of
>website. I have to refresh the page number of times to see all the images in
>the browser. The size of the images is not more than 10K. Is this my server
>problem or I have missed anything in the configuration of apache?
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