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From André Malo>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Maximum POST content size
Date Tue, 15 Apr 2003 13:45:59 GMT
* Porter, Mark wrote:

> Does anyone know what the maximum amount of data I can POST into an
> Apache2 server is? There has to be a buffer that it gets written to, and
> I'm wondering how big it is.

As much as LimitRequestBody allows.

> Also, I'm sure there's are practical considerations, like: "You can put
> in this much without losing data, but you would be crazy if you actually
> used more than (x) in the real world."

Apache passes the data to the handler (PHP, CGI, whatever). The handler is 
responsible for not losing data.

>>> Muschelflucht-Zusatzeinrichtung.
>> Shell-Escape ist ja noch klar, aber `Zusatzeinrichtung'?
> extension?
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