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From "Eric Johanson" <...@newpointtech.com>
Subject [users@httpd] problem running apache 2.2.4 on debian linux 3.0
Date Wed, 24 Jan 2007 18:16:31 GMT
i built apache 2.2.4 from source on debian 3.0 using gcc
i am running on debian 3.0 which has libc 2.2
when i install it on the machine i build on, it works
however i need to install it on another debian 3.0 machine
on the alternate machine, httpd will only server files smaller than 256
bytes
files of size 255 bytes always get served properly
with files of size 256 bytes and larger, httpd just closes the socket
connection and the client recieves nothing
there are no messages in the logs indicating a problem
this problem did not happen with apache 2.0 series on these same
machines
 
what does apache do differently when the file size reaches 256 bytes?
how can i diagnose what is happening since there is nothing in the log
files?
 
thanks very much for any help you can provide.
 
-eric johanson
newpoint technologies, inc.
 

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