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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 43753] - JkEnvVar and Limit of content length HTTP request POST
Date Wed, 02 Jan 2008 17:39:57 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From rainer.jung@kippdata.de  2008-01-02 09:39 -------
Could you please give us a little basic information:

- version of Tomcat
- Operating system for httpd and for tomcat server
- JK directives used for httpd, workers.properties

Which URL do you use to produce the problem?
What result did you expect and what was wrong with the result you received?

(for example you started this with error 413, but now it seems you have a 
different problem?)

Please note: JkMounts do not get inhertited from the global server to virtual 
hosts. If you use virtual hosts, please also give the information, how those 
are structured, how they relate to your test case and your JK configuration.

If you can easily reproduce the problem with a single request, you can log 
communication details between mod_jk and Tomcat by using JkLogLevel debug.

I interprete your last message as follows: the php script sends a POST request 
to another httpd/mod_jk and the response you get is the error page you included 
in your message. This error page looks like *not* coming from httpd but instead 
from the backend behind JK (which is what?). With debig JkLogLevel, we could 
more precisely see, if there is any problem between JK and the backend.

The backend error message you included looks a bit, like your backend is 
outdated?


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