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From Joshua Slive <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] 404 error due(?) to a "delay too large"
Date Wed, 18 Aug 2004 20:16:53 GMT
On Wed, 18 Aug 2004 21:56:25 +0200, Julien <> wrote:

> Here is what happens:
> one folder that Apache is serving contains files uploaded from
> authenticated users via ftp (a kind of public repository where anyone
> can download those files). this directory is used under a "host" virtual
> host (see config file). It appears that when files are freshly uploaded
> -or perhaps in progress- users could not access this directory (apache
> generated html page showing the folder contents) anymore through their
> http client; they always get a 404 redirection.
> Inside the logs i can read this enigmatic warning:
> [Wed Aug 18 13:07:13 2004] [warn] [client]
> delay=8821 too large
> each time someone tries to access the page.

> -Apache 1.3.31 (compiled with no special directive) under NetBSD 1.5
> (heavily customized)
> -mods in use for this virtual host: ap-gzip- + ap-throttle-3.1.2nb1

Since that is not an error message that looks at all familiar to me, I
would start by removing mod_gzip and mod_throttle and see if the
problem goes away.


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