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From Michael Cole <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] are you using mod_rewrite?
Date Wed, 01 Sep 2010 20:36:07 GMT
Hi Lance,

Yes, I have mod_rewrite enabled, but my application doesn't require it.
I'll disable it and see if that helps.

When I configure the app to use http, instead of https, the issue goes away,
even through mod_ssl is still enabled.  This makes me think mod_ssl is part
of the issue.

I'm getting these errors in Firefox 3.6, and can see them in Firebug.
My client reported them in IE (not sure the version).  This makes me think
the issue is server-side.

I included a POST in the orignial email, but I remember a GET that failed as
well - different message, but same problem.

One thing I thought I'd try is to use apache 2.2.12 or 2.2.16.  I remember
seeing a bug fix in 2.2.14 that was related.  (Forgot to bookmark it)

I'm getting the error on a "demo" server so I have to spin up a new
"staging" server to run my tests.

Thanks for the tip on mod_rewrite, Lance.  If I find anything I'll email


On Wed, Sep 1, 2010 at 3:42 AM, Lance <> wrote:

> I’ve seen this same issue. I thought the issue might be related to
> mod_rewrite.
> To your knowledge, are you using mod_rewrite to redirect urls?
> If not then SSL must be the root cause as I’m using both.
> I’ve been chasing this bug for nearly 6 months now.
> Lance
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