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From "Boyle Owen" <>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Code 566?
Date Wed, 12 Nov 2003 16:11:46 GMT
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Wouter van Vliet []
>I just got multiple reports from user using our website 
>(, RH7.2,
>Apache 1.3, mod_perl) about them getting some sort of response 
>code 566,

Never heard of it... Not documented... You need to get a cut'n'paste of
an error page from the browser to prove it's not coming from apache.

Owen Boyle
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>after some research on google I found nothing. Does any of you 
>have a clue
>about what it means? They also had some vague remarks about browser
>incompatibility messages on their screen. Mostly with Win98/IE6
>	grep '" 566' access_log
>However gives me no rows from my access_log.
>(when called as
>	grep '" 200' access_log
>It gives me all 200 response codes)
>Any clues?
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