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From "Pete Smith" <p...@popcornwebdesign.co.uk>
Subject Caught a SIGPIPE in perl handler
Date Mon, 21 Nov 2005 11:00:55 GMT
Hi,

I am using HTML::Mason and use the perl handler method of configuring it. I
occasionally get this error in error log (it causes a 500):

[Fri Nov 18 20:29:12 2005] [error] Caught a SIGPIPE at /etc/mason.pl line 52

Line 52 is where I get the Apache::Request object. Here is my handler:

...

sub handler {
  # Get the Apache request object
  my $r = Apache::Request->new(shift,
                               POST_MAX        => 1 * 1024 * 1024, # 1MB
                               DISABLE_UPLOADS => 0,
                               TEMP_DIR        => '/tmp/.uploadmason/',
                              );
    
  my $ah = new HTML::Mason::ApacheHandler(comp_root        =>
$r->document_root(),
                                          data_dir         =>
$r->document_root() . '/.mason',
                                          args_method      => 'mod_perl',
                                          dhandler_name    => 'dhandler.mh',
                                          autohandler_name =>
'autohandler.mh',
                                          error_mode       => 'fatal',
                                         );

  # only handle text
  return DECLINED
    if (defined($r->content_type) and $r->content_type !~ m|^text/|io);

  # get db connection
  $HTML::Mason::Commands::dbh = DBI->connect('DBI:mysql:database=###',
                                             '###',
                                             '###',
                                             {RaiseError => 1, AutoCommit =>
1},
                                            );

  # blank vars
  %HTML::Mason::Commands::vars = ();

  # set 'args_method' in %vars
  $HTML::Mason::Commands::vars{MASON}->{args_method} = $ah->args_method();

  # send mason powered header
  $r->headers_out->set('X-Powered-By' => 'HTML::Mason');

  my $status = $ah->handle_request($r);

  $HTML::Mason::Commands::dbh->disconnect();

  return $status;
}

I cannot find any refernces to this type of error. It is not the 'Caught
SIGPIPE' line you can find in the log if you use Apache::SIG to catch
stopped requests. However, I am not sure what it means!

Any help or pointers on debugging would be gratefully received!

Cheers,
Pete


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