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From Frank Gingras <francois.ging...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] apache corrupting images
Date Fri, 24 Jul 2009 18:48:02 GMT
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~Frank

MK wrote:
> This started happening this morning.  I did not want to attach an image 
> on the mail list so I posted it here:
> 
> http://www.intergate.com/~halfcountplus/misc/apache-distort.jpg
> 
> That's a screenshot from //localhost. If you want to see how that 
> should look, an identical online version, where the server is fine*, is 
> 
> http://206.251.36.107/photographs/base.mhtml?
> dir=longislandsound11-08&title=Long%20Island%20Sound%20November%202008
> 
> at first I freaked out and thought this was spontaneous filesystem 
> corruption, but when I view those files any other way, they are what 
> they are supposed to be.  Also, pages viewed in the browser are fine, 
> except for the ones served via apache on localhost -- and not all of 
> those are corrupt either; it appears to be a problem only in particular 
> directories.  So I removed all conf specific to them but it remains the 
> same.
> 
> My only thought is to just reinstall apache, but I'd really like to try 
> and get an explanation of why/how this would happen...
> 
> *I have root access there and the configurations are the same.
> 
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