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From Chris Tankersley <chris.tankers...@heartland-ins.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Only getting part of pages
Date Tue, 08 May 2007 19:05:31 GMT
Evan Platt wrote:
> At 11:54 AM 5/8/2007, Chris Tankersley wrote:
>> I just set up a new server running OpenBSD 4.1-stable with Apache 
>> 1.3.29 installed. Got PHP, MySQL, all that set up, but now when I try 
>> to view any pages I only get part of it. For example, very small 
>> pages come up just fine, but anything with pictures (even as small as 
>> 15k) cause parts of the page to disappear and the browser to sit 
>> waiting for a response. I can do the same with straight pictures; I 
>> have a jpeg that is 250k and have to constantly refresh the browser 
>> to display all of it.
>>
>> The site worked fine on an Ubuntu box running Apache 2.
>>
>> Any ideas on what would cause this or what to check?
>>
>> Chris
>
> Does this happen locally too?
>
> If you do a wget http://localhost (or http://whatever.com) does it 
> time out at certain byte count each time?
Works fine on both the .php page and the .jpg image. Both the Ubuntu 
server and the OpenBSD server are on the same physical VMWare server and 
on the same LAN I am, so I'm not sure that network congestion is the 
problem.
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