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From Georg Sauthoff <>
Subject [users@httpd] Re: CGI works, but client denied error messages in error.log
Date Wed, 08 Aug 2007 11:13:06 GMT
On 2007-08-08, Vincent Bray <> wrote:
>> Well, the access.log contains just one enty per cgi-request:
>> - - [08/Aug/2007:11:08:32 +0200] "GET /project/bar
>> HTTP/1.1" 200

> Per cgi-request?

I mean per: 'type into the browser and hit return
or click at reload'

>> I tcpdumped the connection and I only see two GET messages for each
>> cgi-request (which contain the requested url):
>> # tcpdump -i lo -A -s 0 -vv  | grep GET
>> ...(...(GET HTTP/1.1
>> ...4...4GET /project/bar HTTP/1.1
> You need to figure out where these two requests are originating. Have
> you configured this server to be a forward proxy in your browser?

Yes I do. Now I disabled it in my Firefox, and tcpdump shows only one
'GET /project/bar ...' per request. Situation has not changed for
access/error.log files.

Best regards
Georg Sauthoff

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