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From Cataphract <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Problems serving web pages
Date Tue, 27 Jan 2004 16:03:45 GMT
I've had a similar problem using Windows XP - however it occurred mainly
with images and large files and both locally and through the Internet.
There's something similar said to be fixed by installing Windows SP1,
but this was not my case. My solution was to change to Apache 1.3. When
I reinstalled windows I started to run Apache 2 with no problems.
A few days ago, though, I ran into the problem once more after I had
restored a backup of my windows partition. Suprisingly, it disappeared
after I have uninstalled the servide (apache -k uninstall), stopped the
service (apache -k stop), reinstalled the service (apache -k install)
and restarted the service (apache -k start).
I hope you fing this useful.


Laburu wrote:

> Hi again, gents.
> Following my last message I can say that, locally, the pages are 
> served fine but by Internet it only serves a part of the pages.
> You can test it in
> Thanks a lot for your support.
> Emigdio López
>     ----- Original Message -----
>     From: Laburu <>
>     To: <>
>     Sent: Monday, January 26, 2004 9:47 AM
>     Subject: [users@httpd] Problems serving web pages
>     Hi!
>     I has been watching a lot of places to search about this problem
>     but I have not founded anything about it.
>     My problem is that Apache 2.0.48 doenst serves my pages correctly.
>     It serves them parcially! It seems that there is something that
>     stop the transfer to the client.
>     An example, you can find at
>     As you can see is a very normal page. I,ve cleaned it as must as I
>     could. It doenst have any graphics, etc. Only text!
>     I have tried to see the pages from different places and... it stop
>     to transfer in differents places of the page...
>     I use W2000.
>     Sorry, I,m very lost!
>     Thanks a lot, everybody!
>     Emigdio López.

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