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From Thomas Blanchin <tblanc...@electronic-group.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Russian characters
Date Tue, 13 Mar 2007 00:13:28 GMT
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Yes, sure, here it is.

here is a working one :
http://www01.123ticket.com/public/index_d.php?lang=ru

and a non-working one :
http://www10.123ticket.com/public/index_d.php?lang=ru

The text is contained in static files (part of the nfs share)
All servers are running RHEL 4, same release.
The problem happens on both x86_64 and i686 machines, so it's not arch dependant.


matt farey wrote:
> 
> Thomas Blanchin wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>
>> I have a problem getting some httpd servers displaying russians
>> characters.
>> I have different machines serving the same content (mounted via nfs).
>> - All servers run httpd 2.0.52 and php 4.4.5.
>> - The httpd and php configuration is synced over all servers.
>> Despite that, some of my servers display strange characters "?" and
>> others...,
>> instead of cyrilic ones.
>>
>> The HTTP header returned from a working and non-working server is the
>> same :
>>   HTTP/1.1 200 OK
>>   Date: Mon, 12 Mar 2007 22:55:40 GMT
>>   Server: Apache/2.0.52 (Red Hat)
>>   Set-Cookie: 123Tlanguage=ru_RU
>>   Connection: close
>>   Content-Type: text/html; charset=utf-8
>>
>> So : UTF-8...
>> But if I wget the page, I can see for instance :
>>
>> Correct chars :
>> alert("Ð~_ожалÑ~CйÑ~AÑ~Bа, введиÑ~Bе Ñ~Aвой
>> логинпа~L");
>>
>> Weird chars :
>> alert("¿ÞÖÐÛãÙáâÐ, ÒÒÕÔØâÕ áÒÞÙ ÛÞÓØÝ / ßÐàÞÛì");
>>
>> I'm not a russian speaker, but I can tell that the encoding is not the
>> same.
>>
>> I have also checked phpinfo() which looks quite similar on non/working
>> server, and
>> the $LANG env variable is "en_US.UTF-8" on all servers.
> quite similar? I thought the setup was synched across the different servers.
> 
>> I don't know where to look precisely (and sorry if this is more php
>> than http).
>> Thank you for your help !
>>
> Are we allowed to look at the output from these servers ourselves can
> you point us to 2 URLs for instance. I only ask this because telling us
> that everything is the same but isn't, kind of leaves no other choice. I
> notice there is no last-modified or Etag, where is php getting its data,
> is it a Database which might have different encoding on the different
> machines? Do you have different OS for each machine perhaps one which is
> older? Does any of your content get proxied?
> 
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