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From Brian Dessent <br...@dessent.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] windows CGI - long delay
Date Thu, 18 Sep 2003 06:04:24 GMT
Nehal wrote:

> > Log all the headers in the transaction look at the "Connection:" header
> > and see if there's a problem with keep-alives.  It sounds like one side
> > (either browser or server) is not honoring the other end's request to
> > use (or not use) a keep-alive connection.  There's not a proxy involved
> > anywhere, is there?
> 
> how do i log headers in the transaction?
> no proxy is involved

There are a number of ways.  There's a plug-in for mozilla that you can
try (check mozdev.org), you can use a command-line tool such as curl
(with -D) or wget (with -S), or you can use a packet logger like
Ethereal or tcpflow (but these will not work on the localhost
[127.0.0.1] interface though.)  There are also third-party tools that
can accomplish this in various ways.

Brian

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