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From André Warnier ...@ice-sa.com>
Subject Re: Strange characters seen in RR and Cd columns on jkserver-status page after upgrading modjk to .28
Date Fri, 11 Dec 2009 21:12:50 GMT
Christopher Schultz wrote:
...
> 
>> After upgrading we are seeing random characters in the RR an Cd
>> columns on the jkserver-status page.
>> eg
>> o%2B
>> o+
>> ����
> 
> Is this only appearing on the mod_jk status page? In think André is
> asking about other pages (like those generated by JSP code). The status
> page is served directly by mod_jk (within httpd) and so there's no
> Tomcat interaction at all.
> 
Ooops.  Pid, we're even.
I should have thought about that. Duh.

> 
> What is the Content-Type header for the jkserver-status page? Are there
> any <META> tags in the page?
> 
> It's possible that your httpd is simply advertising a Content-Type
> encoding that is different from what jkserver-status is actually using.
> 
But I see we're staying within character set/encoding issues.
A small consolation for me.

Looks like I'm going to have to finally look at that mod_jk status page 
after all.


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