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From Geff <g...@pier64.com>
Subject Re: Reproducable apache 1.3.26 /modproxy issue viewing www.kbb.com
Date Tue, 13 Aug 2002 00:50:58 GMT
I've written a patch that seems to address the problem.

I just wanted others to have the option to apply it.  I think it's
ridiculous to have to break apache, an RFC compliant server to be able
to view a website.  But what am I going to do about it? :)  The truth is
the patch should remove ANY entity-header variable.  But I only chose to
deal with the Content-Length variable in the short term.

Comments are welcome as always.



On Mon, 2002-08-12 at 11:47, Graham Leggett wrote:
> Geff wrote:
> > I'd also like to say that this issue doesn't just affect the 'no-cache'
> > case but it also seems to affect the case when the cache decides it
> > needs to revalidate a resource with the original server.  The 'no-cache'
> > method is just a convenient way to demonstrate the problem and force the
> > cache to try to revalidate the resource.
>  From what I understand this is caused by some buggy versions of IIS v5 
> which send Content-Length: 0 along with 304 responses.
> Regards,
> Graham
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