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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 19:39:06 GMT
Chris Tankersley wrote:
> 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.

Did some more digging. From any of the machines on the network, and even 
the same VMWare server, it downloads in 15kb chunks. I left wget running 
and it would time out, wget would auto resume, get another 15kb, time 
out, over and over until it finally had the file.

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