I may not be in the right NG, but if anyone knows the answer to
this, you folks do.
We're running Apache_1.2b4 on Linux (Kernel 2.??) and I've
been intermittently getting nailed with the following
error from some cgi scripts.
** [Mon Jul 20 12:04:46 1998] access to /home/httpd/cgi-bin/brockbuts
failed for 22.214.171.124, reason: malformed header from script **
There about 100 users hitting this cgi script (not simultaneously)
and for approx. 15-20% of them the above error shows
up in /var/log/httpd/error_log.
At first I assumed that it was something along the lines of forgetting
in </html> or </form>. But everything seems fine in html source.
Any insights, hints, tips or even a good banana cake recipt would
be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance....