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From "Andre Schild" <A.Sch...@aarboard.ch>
Subject Antw: [users@httpd] Page displayed only after all content is loaded?
Date Mon, 24 Nov 2003 17:24:32 GMT
I think you have some sort of buffered output between the CGI process and Apache.
So the result is buffered on the server and only when the cgi output
ends, the result is sent back to the client.

Another cause could be the use of mod_gzip, here too, the IE often doesn't
display anything until the last bit of the content is received.

André

>>> RussB@kfoc.net 24.11.2003 18:18:59 >>>

Recently upgraded to apache2 and have noticed a strange quirk.  It appears
this server is not displaying the page until all processing is complete.  Is
this a configurable option?  I have scoured the apache .conf files and also
my php.ini to no avail.  

The page in question is generated after running a lengthy MySQL query.
While the query processed a simple animated gif in a <div> would display
telling the user to be patient while the query runs.  Using a simple java
script I would hide this <div> once the query has finished processing.
Before upgrading to apache2 this all worked fine.  Now that I'm running
apache2, when I run the query the browser just sits there until the entire
request is processed, then it displays the animated gif for a brief second
before displaying the results.  

Is there a way to configure this server to start displaying the requested
page immediately after the request has been made, as opposed to after the
request has been processed?  That way the animated gif will be on screen
while the query is running.

Thanks in advance for any help offered.  

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