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From "Carl M. Gregory" <...@purehype.net>
Subject [users@httpd] Content-length -- buffering
Date Wed, 03 Dec 2003 18:16:29 GMT
I'm tiring to have a cgi show information in real-time... but it is all
buffered until the very end.

All I can see that might be buffering it is that the header Content-Length
is in the header list.
I'm thinking that if it is calculating a content-length, it has to buffer so
it can give the proper value.

When I ran Apache 1.3, I did not have such a problem.  But after going to
v2, it appeared.

Any clue as to how to disable buffering or whatnot?



Only help I got before asking here was:
[12/3 11:22:51] <RoUS> MC_8: hm.  you need to disable to content-length
filter, but i'm not sure how.


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Carl M. Gregory
http://mc.purehype.net/whois/




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