mod_deflate serves corrupted files over ssl
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With mod_deflate enabled, compressed files served over ssl are randomly corrupted. I tested with a css file and rendering with Firefox 2. It sometimes rendered in-tact, but half the time rendered with random garbage - sometimes with bits of response headers in the middle.
I do not get this problem with compressed files served over non-ssl.
This is with Lighty svn revision 1878, Linux 2.6, linux-aio-sendfile, chunked.encoding="enable" built on Ubuntu Dapper.
Updated by j0t almost 16 years ago
I do have the same problem but over a non-ssl connection. Using svn 1857
Updated by stbuehler about 15 years ago
- Status changed from New to Fixed
- Resolution set to wontfix
linux-aio-sendfile backend is disabled now r2002
Updated by stbuehler over 14 years ago
- Status changed from Fixed to Wontfix
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