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From "Andrzej Jan Taramina" <andr...@chaeron.com>
Subject Re: Long running requests and timeouts...resolved...
Date Wed, 26 Jan 2005 20:27:18 GMT
Just FYI to those that were following this thread, this was a Cocoon (2.1.5) 
issue that caused this, not Tomcat.

Turns out that the Cocoon 2.1.5 ResourceReader sets some response headers 
willy nilly. 

If you have another component that uses a resolver to access a pipeline that 
uses the reader (eg. using the cocoon: pseudo protocol, in our case it was a 
custom PDF concatenation serializer that called out to a sub-pipeline to get 
a separator page pdf), then the reader sets the Content-Length http reponse 
header in the original response object.  If the originating 
component/pipeline generates output that is longer than what the reader 
grabbed, then it gets truncated.  Not sure why Cocoon doesn't create a new 
response object when you try to resolve a local "cocoon:/" resource, but it 
doesn't.

Creating a customized ResourceReader with all response header setting 
commented out resolved the issue for me.

....Andrzej


> I have a situation where some requests that get sent to Tomcat are very long
> running (basically batch operations).  I've been testing with a request that
> takes just over 7 minutes to process and returns and XML document as a
> response.
> 
> The problem I'm having is that the response gets truncated.  It's always
> truncated at a consistent spot.  It always sends back exactly 3207 characters
> in the response body and this is consistent using Firefox or a commons-
> httpClient based script.
> 
> Shorter running requests don't truncate anything, regardless of how long the
> response might be.
> 
> I'm running Tomcat 5.0.28 and my Connector in the Tomcat server.xml file looks
> like:
> 
> <Connector 	port="80"
>        maxThreads="150" 
>     minSpareThreads="25" 
>     maxSpareThreads="75"
>        enableLookups="false" 
>     redirectPort="8443" 
>     acceptCount="100"
>        debug="0" 
>     disableUploadTimeout="true"
>          tcpNoDelay="true"
>         connectionLinger="-1"
>         connectionTimeout="6000000"
>         connectionUploadTimeout="6000000"
>         keepAlive="true"
>         maxKeepAliveRequests="-1"
>          serverSocketTimeout="0"/>
> 
> I've tried all sorts of timeout values in the above....including zero values,
> but the behaviour is consistent. Long running invocations truncate the
> response body to 3207 characters.  I've also tried changing the client side
> timeout values, but again, to no avail.
> 
> I'm kinda stumped as to what might cause this, especially given the very
> consistent response body length that is always returned.  Almost seems like
> some strange buffering issue that is timer-related.
> 
> Any ideas?


Andrzej Jan Taramina
Chaeron Corporation: Enterprise System Solutions
http://www.chaeron.com


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