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From Nick Withers <n...@nickwithers.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache 2.2.0 Sends No More Than 255 Bytes.
Date Tue, 07 Mar 2006 22:40:53 GMT
On Tue, 7 Mar 2006 10:11:47 -0600
Mark A Framness <framness@athenet.net> wrote:

> Greetings,
> 
> I have an Apache 2.2.0 MySQL and PHP 5.1.2 installation setup. In addition I 
> have an Apache 2.0.52 installation as well.
> 
> The symptom:
> Apache 2.2.0 is unable to send more than 255 bytes of HTML data to the 
> requesting client. As long as the file is small Apache 2.2.0 sends it on, but 
> any useful file is not properly served.

(snip)

>From an earlier thread:

> Dick Middleton wrote:
> > I've been having real trouble getting apache2.2 to work on Devil-Linux 
> > 1.2.9.  Apache has upgraded from 2.0.53 to 2.2.0  and the linux kernel 
> > to 2.4.32. The older version of Apache worked fine.
> 
> > However if I increase the size of index.html (by adding characters 
> > anywhere) it fails to send the file if the file has a size of 256 bytes 
> > or more.  It is definitely size rather than content related.
> 
> It seems turning off EnableSendFile resolves the problem.
> 
> Dick

Hope this helps!
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Nick Withers
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