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From Jeff Trawick <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] mod_disk_cache causing corrupted output on server side includes?
Date Mon, 26 Apr 2010 18:43:58 GMT
On Wed, Apr 21, 2010 at 1:00 PM, Geoff Millikan <> wrote:
> You can see the corrupted/binary garbled mess on the page at the link here:
> The scrambled mess is outputted right at the server side include like this:
> <!--#include virtual="/tools/calculate/filesizedescription.html" -->
> Everything else on the page looks fine, it's only the included file that's mangled like
>  í\énÛH þ Ü|á]åâu?- SìA½¡!ŸÄoÿ›IÅÇsØß '±"’ÿ  ¼ñ*dL XúIp
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> If you look at the same page at the link below, everything is fine.
> If I restart Apache, the problem remains but if I delete the disk_cache the problem goes
> shell> rm -rf /var/httpd/proxy/*
> Why is mod_disk_cache screwing this include up?

I don't think this is a configuration issue; open a bug report at

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