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From Michael McGlothlin <micha...@swplumb.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] unexpected EOF on client side when Apache sends applet class
Date Thu, 25 Oct 2007 18:52:56 GMT
Are your timeout values set really low? I know I had an issue similar to 
this some time back but I can't remember what my fix was.
> Didn't know about wget, thanks!. I just downloaded it and tried it:
>
> wget 192.168.1.159/helloapp.class
>
> It tried many times without success - here are the last two:
>
> Retrying.
>
> --14:04:40--  http://192.168.1.159/helloapp.class
>   (try:19) => `helloapp.class.19'
> Connecting to 192.168.1.159:80... connected.
> HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
> Length: 532 [application/octet-stream]
>
>  0% [                                     ] 0             --.--K/s
>
> 14:04:40 (0.00 B/s) - Connection closed at byte 0. Retrying.
>
> --14:04:40--  http://192.168.1.159/helloapp.class
>   (try:20) => `helloapp.class.19'
> Connecting to 192.168.1.159:80... connected.
> HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
> Length: 532 [application/octet-stream]
> helloapp.class.19 has sprung into existence.
> Giving up.
>
> - The packets look like the ones I was getting with the html code. It 
> seems to send back all the info except for the data.
>
> I can upload other things in the directory. Ahhh - I made a small text 
> file and named it 'test.class' to see if was a problem with the 
> extension. That worked, but if I made the file larger - 475 bytes - it 
> fails.
>
> So I'm thinking it has a problem with files larger than a few hundred 
> bytes. Is there a setting for max data length or packet size?
>
> - Steve
>
>
>
>
> */Michael McGlothlin <michaelm@swplumb.com>/* wrote:
>
>     Can you wget the applet file?
>     > Apache 2.2.4 on Slax Linux, clients are win 2000 and win 98 with
>     > Mozilla an IE
>     >
>     > I'm trying to get Apache on a Slax Linux machine to serve an
>     applet to
>     > a browser on a Windows PC.
>     >
>     > The html loads and displays; the applet is a simple 'hello
>     world' app
>     > that runs in appletviewer fine. html and class are in the htdocs
>     > directory. hppd.conf was edited to allow to all.
>     >
>     > The PC requests the html, Apache delivers, ack, ack etc. PC
>     requests
>     > helloapp.class, Apache responds, but the PC shows errors in Java
>     > Console and the applet does not run (applet notinited).
>     >
>     > errors:
>     > load:class helloapp not found.
>     > java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: helloapp
>     > at ......
>     > at ...
>     > Caused by: java.io.IOException: unexpected EOF
>     > at ...
>     >
>     > The tcp packet returned by Apache is:
>     >
>     > 0000 ...v.".....e..E.
>     > 0010 .t*I@.@........
>     > 0020 ..P.(....C"..P.
>     > 0030 ..xv..HTTP/1.1.2
>     > 0040 00.OK..Date:.Thu
>     > 0050 ,.25.Oct.2007.10
>     > 0060 :16:04.GMT..Serv
>     > 0070 er:.Apache/2.2.4
>     > 0080 .(Unix).mod_ssl/
>     > 0090 2.2.4.OpenSSL/0.
>     > 00A0 9.8b.DAV/2..Last
>     > 00B0 -Modified:.Thu,.
>     > 00C0 25.Oct.2007.09:5
>     > 00D0 8:21.GMT..ETag:.
>     > 00E0 "220c-214-462de9
>     > 00F0 40"..Accept-Rang
>     > 0100 es:.bytes..Conte
>     > 0110 nt-Length:.532..
>     > 0120 Keep-Alive:.time
>     > 0130 out=5,.max=100..
>     >
>     > The packet is 372 bytes but it says the Content-Length is 532
>     >
>     > This and the error suggest that the actual applet class is not
>     being
>     > included in the packet.
>     >
>     > I'm new at this, so it may be something very simple. I did get
>     it to
>     > work the other night after adding codebase="." to the part of
>     > of the html code. But now it's not helping. I feel I must have
>     changed
>     > something in the Apache configuration.
>     >
>     > I tried searching the archives, but it doesn't seem set up well for
>     > searching - am I missing a search link somewhere?
>
>     -- 
>     Michael McGlothlin
>     http://www.plumbersstock.com/
>
>
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Michael McGlothlin
Southwest Plumbing Supply


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