Apache 1.3.14 Error Message downloading gif

Apache 1.3.14 Error Message downloading gif

Post by Mark ??;-\ » Sat, 21 Apr 2001 00:25:25



When one of our users tried downloading a page containing several gif's he
was returned a page that contained:

0000003260 00001 f 0000309906 00000 n 0000309968 00000 n 0000003261 00001 f
0000003262 00001 f
[...]
0000003265 00001 f 0000310038 00000 n 0000310100 00000 n 0000003268 00001 f
0000310170 00000 n 0000310232 00000 n 0000003271 00001 f 0000310302 00000 n
0000310364 00000 n 0000003274 00001 f 0000310434 00000 n 0000310496 00000 n
0000003277 00001 f 0000310566 00000 --3ade1a3d282d-- HTTP/1.1 304 Not
Modified Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2001 22:50:47 GMT Server: Apache/1.3.14 (Unix)
mod_ssl/2.7.1 OpenSSL/0.9.6 Connection: Keep-Alive Keep-Alive: timeout=15,
max=99 ETag: "10f4ea-3a4a-3ade14f1"
This seems to be a failure to fully download the gif file, but I'm not sure.
Can anyone tell me what the cause of this could be, where I could find this
out on my own (other than bugging you all), and if this is something that
should be worried about.  The page containing the gif's is an external page
and is meant for potential customers, problems with the page loading could
be really bad for us.

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks,

-Mark

 
 
 

Apache 1.3.14 Error Message downloading gif

Post by David Efflan » Sat, 21 Apr 2001 12:30:42



> When one of our users tried downloading a page containing several gif's he
> was returned a page that contained:

> 0000003260 00001 f 0000309906 00000 n 0000309968 00000 n 0000003261 00001 f
> 0000003262 00001 f
> [...]
> 0000003265 00001 f 0000310038 00000 n 0000310100 00000 n 0000003268 00001 f
> 0000310170 00000 n 0000310232 00000 n 0000003271 00001 f 0000310302 00000 n
> 0000310364 00000 n 0000003274 00001 f 0000310434 00000 n 0000310496 00000 n
> 0000003277 00001 f 0000310566 00000 --3ade1a3d282d-- HTTP/1.1 304 Not
> Modified Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2001 22:50:47 GMT Server: Apache/1.3.14 (Unix)
> mod_ssl/2.7.1 OpenSSL/0.9.6 Connection: Keep-Alive Keep-Alive: timeout=15,
> max=99 ETag: "10f4ea-3a4a-3ade14f1"
> This seems to be a failure to fully download the gif file, but I'm not sure.
> Can anyone tell me what the cause of this could be, where I could find this
> out on my own (other than bugging you all), and if this is something that
> should be worried about.  The page containing the gif's is an external page
> and is meant for potential customers, problems with the page loading could
> be really bad for us.

It is a mystery to me what you are trying to show here or why an HTTP
header is _after_ content.  A URL demonstrating the problem would get
you more help than posting part of who knows what.  Maybe your image tags
are incorrect or you forgot to upload your images in binary mode.

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