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From Steve Finkelstein ...@stevefink.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Internet Explorer 7 only downloads half of file
Date Mon, 28 May 2007 20:22:59 GMT
Hello -

I've seen something similar in a previous development environment I had
participated in setting up. In particular, the culprit was a .css file,
however that was most likely coincidence and irrelevant as the Content
Type of the file was not at fault.

What happens if you try to wget/curl the file manually, without using a
browser as a client?

Thanks,

- Steve

ahlist wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> Is anyone familiar with an issue where Internet Explorer will only
> download approx half of a file from Apache 1.3.x servers?
> 
> A client has the same file loaded on our apache servers and his own
> server. On ours it downloads (with out reporting an error) approx 400k
> of an 800k file. The file is correct on disk and downloads fine on
> firefox.
> 
> It is a single file being served direct from disk. No .htaccess, no
> streaming from a script, etc.
> 
> I'd post URL's but I do not think the client would already approve.
> Telling them to use something other than IE7 won't work either.
> 
> Any advice is appreciated. Thanks.
> 
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