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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 52547] incorrect byeswritten log after completed async request under http1.0
Date Sun, 29 Jan 2012 18:56:37 GMT

--- Comment #2 from David <> 2012-01-29 18:56:37 UTC ---
Thank you Mark.

Additionally, I think there is a "bug" in that the recycle() happens
immediatley after the nextRequest() even when keepalive is true (I can see from
an iptables log that the socket is not closed for another default 20 seconds).

See the event(...), asyncDispatch(...) and service(...) methods in

Basically response.recycle() (when called because not dealing with async part
of the request) calls outputBuffer.recycle() immediatley response processing is
finished rather than just before the socket is actually closed.

So in an http/1.1 multi request-response (without a socket close) you still get
both outputBuffer.nextRequest() and outputBuffer.recycle() called consecutvely
at the end of each completed response process.

I can see that nextRequest(), recycle() should both exist, but only if
recycle() really only happens at socket close as it's descriptive comment says.
Otherwise it would be a (very minor) optimization to remove the (nearlly always
present) duplicate calls.

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