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From Brian Dessent <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache doesn't display pictures
Date Sun, 14 Sep 2003 10:02:51 GMT
Haris Kazic wrote:
> Ok more information:
> THe log files do not show errors! ?

Well, there's got to be an error somewhere.  Do you have the 'curl' or
'wget' command installed on a system somewhere?  Try using one of those
commands in conjunction with the URL of one of the pictures that won't
load.  For example, if the URL for one of these pictures was
'http://some.server/img/pic.gif' then try the command 'wget -S
http://some.server/img/pic.gif'.  The -S argument tells wget to print
the server's response headers, which will help if there's an error or
problem.  If there's nothing in the error log, then there surely must be
something in the access log for the picture request.  Perhaps you could
cut & paste that here.  If you're absolutely sure that there is neither
an error log entry nor an access log entry then it means that the url
for those images does not correspond to that server, as bizarre as that
sounds.  Apache is pretty faithful about recording every request to the
logs, so if there is absolutely nothing there then you've got other
issues, perhaps DNS related.


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