some images do not load when the images are all served up via the same CGI script. apache seems to have difficulty with pipelined requests to the same CGI script, and it seems to fail in a way that is not recoverable. we may have to work around this bug by verifying that each pipelined request is for a unique URL (minus the query and/or fragment).
WFM with build 2002051006. Reporter, please try with a newer build.
try enabling pipelining in 'Preferences->Advanced->HTTP Networking' ... you will see the bug.
yup, this bug might be a dup of those other bugs, or it might not be. i have to investigate the cause of those bugs to know for certain.
hi, I'm unsure about this. With build 2002060721 (linux) I control both client and server, and serve the images via an Apache ErrorDocument redirection. With respect to _this_ bug (there are other problems as well, all not experienced with Netscape 4.77) some images load, others don't, and the log contains: (date) [info] [client x.x.x.x (32)Broken pipe: client stopped connection before rflush completed Some of the image doesn't load. Reloading the page several times yields that sometimes eg. pictures 1, 3 and 7 load, while on a different attemt pictures 1, 2, 3, and 6 load. Sometimes not even all requests are logged in the error log where I usually find "File does not exist: /path/to/img.png" (for example, with the path refering to the directory where the error document is set up). If this is a client or server problem, I don't know. This is Apache 1.2.24+SSL as in OBSD 3.1 -stable (ie, patched for chunked encoding and SSH/SSL problems) on the server side. Btw, I have pipelining _OFF_. Any hints on where to look (and how to correct this) are welcome!
email@example.com: sounds like you're describing a different bug. this bug is only concerned with apache 1.3's problem with pipelined requests to CGI scripts. that said, you're welcome to file a new bug on the problem you're seeing, but please try to provide a testcase so mozilla developers will be able to reproduce the problem you are seeing. thx!!
batch: adding topembed per Gecko2 document http://rocknroll.mcom.com/users/marek/publish/Gecko/Gecko2Tasks.html
Using the test URL, this WFM with build 20021001 on WinXP SP1.
Discussed in topembed bug triage. Minusing.
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The old server (tegu.mozilla.org) no longer exists. netcraft says it was running Apache/1.3.12 and then Apache/1.3.26 with mod_throttle/3.1.2 http://toolbar.netcraft.com/site_report?url=tegu.mozilla.org Could it have been running mod_throttle at the time this bug was reported? The new server (build-graphs.mozilla.org) is running Apache/2.2.3 (Red Hat) so it isn't a valid test for this bug, but Apache 2 looks to be OK: http://build-graphs.mozilla.org/multiquery.cgi?tboxes=comet,luna,sleestack,mecca,facedown,openwound,rheeeet&testname=startup&autoscale=1&days=0&units=<ype=steps&points=1&avg=1 I can't find the source for multiquery.cgi in order to replicate what it does. My little test perl script emits an image after a sleep of between 0 and 10secs. I call it from a static html page to display the nine icons/pieX.gif bundled with Apache httpd. It works as expected on apache 1.3.12, .24 & .42. I've also set up http://www.ivor.org/throttle/, but that doesn't cause breakages.
Without testcase and comment#11 i vote on marking this wfm
Maybe this bug should be closed now.