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LAN and "Chunked Transfer-Encoding"

 
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poorboywilly



Joined: 11 Oct 2007
Posts: 2
Location: Utah

PostPosted: Thu 11 Oct '07 0:37    Post subject: LAN and "Chunked Transfer-Encoding" Reply with quote

Hi, I couldn't find anything anywhere on the internet about this problem, so I figured maybe here would be a good place to ask. I have an XP apache server set up on my Ethernet/802.11b LAN. It is accessible on port 80 from the outside world, but mostly it is used for testing and accessed through the LAN with it's private network IP and a port number which identifies different virtual hosts.

My question is, any time I had a PHP document that was requested (from a client on the LAN) and then transfered via "Transfer-Encoding: chunked" (which appears in the response headers), it was cut off at a certain point, I'm sure at the point where the first chunk ended. I was able to resolve the issue and get complete responses by turning off output buffering in PHP, but was wondering if anyone knows the underlying cause of this problem? Is there anyway I can use output buffering and have it work?

thanks,
--Jason
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poorboywilly



Joined: 11 Oct 2007
Posts: 2
Location: Utah

PostPosted: Thu 11 Oct '07 1:18    Post subject: Reply with quote

OK I take that back. Disabling PHP output buffering did NOT fix the problem, it just made it less severe.
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