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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 38464] - Data corruption when using APR
Date Mon, 06 Feb 2006 12:26:44 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From bugzilla@schoenhaber.de  2006-02-06 13:26 -------
(In reply to comment #8)
> You can try to look at what would make your configuration/usage different. Ex:
> running as root or not, TCP parameters, etc.

Neither does the account Tomcat is running under make any difference nor have I
set any TCP parameters, I'm simply using the defaults.

I'm not sure how I managed to miss the following point: the download of the
binary file works without problems for me, if the client runs on the same
machine as Tomcat. Downloading from a different machine results in a corrupted
file - as initially reported. I'm sorry for this omitment.
Mladen, could you please check if it still works for you when you download the
file from a different machine?

Remote or not - the listing of the directory with many files is always somehow
garbled for me. To simulate this I'll attach a JSP that creates a HTML table
with many rows (1000 by default, cofigurable via the "rows" request parameter).
Depending on the number of rows actually requested, most of the time the
document differs in one way or another from what is to be expected. This ranges
from a <tr> not correctly closed somewhere in the middle of the document to only
part of it being actually transmitted.
It would be nice if you could check this too.

I thought the NPTL-enabled libc on my system might have something to do with the
problem. So I started Tomcat using a libc using LinuxThreads - no difference.
I've even set up a complete system with kernel 2.4.31 (and a libc with
LinuxThreads obviously) but the behaviour was the same - local download works,
remote doesn't.

After all, I have still not been able to set up a systen on which the APR
Connector works reliabaly. I start to get desperate.


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