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Bug #2240

Lighttpd cuts some pages in half !

Added by marek about 10 years ago. Updated about 10 years ago.

Status:
Invalid
Priority:
Low
Category:
-
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Description

Take a look at screenshot. It happens only on some scripts like FlySpray.


Files

test.jpg (356 KB) test.jpg marek, 2010-07-25 19:49
lighttpd.conf (12.3 KB) lighttpd.conf marek, 2010-07-25 21:29

Related issues

Has duplicate Bug #2241: Lighttpd cuts some pages in halfDuplicate2010-07-25Actions
#1

Updated by marek about 10 years ago

Sorry for duplicate posting.

#2

Updated by spaam about 10 years ago

what version are you using? OS? what network-backend and event-handler do you use?

#3

Updated by marek about 10 years ago

I'm using 1.4.26. OS is CentOS 5.5 64-bit. Event-handler is "linux-sysepoll"

#4

Updated by icy about 10 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Need Feedback

I highly down lighty cuts anything in half. Check the errorlog or if PHP crashes.
Anyway, this is too few info to investigate.

#5

Updated by marek about 10 years ago

There are no errors :/ Sometimes it loads ok.

I've changed some settings in lighttpd conf, but it's not working.

#6

Updated by nitrox about 10 years ago

  • Priority changed from High to Low

You´re ignoring warnings about server.max-worker. Beside that you´re using 3rd-party modules. So we care only with low priority until a "clean" setup proofs that lighty might be the cause. We still need more infos. PHP has an errorlog too, enable it.

#7

Updated by marek about 10 years ago

PHP error log is enabled.

I tested different compilation of Lighttpd (1.5) and it was working properly.

So it's lighttpd bug. PHP-info: http://newsreport.eu/phpinfo.php

I will try to recompile lighttpd tommorow.

#8

Updated by marek about 10 years ago

Compiling lighttp 1.4.27 fixed the problem, but I have to disable mod_mem_cache :/

2010-07-26 10:30:48: (plugin.c.162) dlopen() failed for: /usr/local/lib/mod_mem_cache.so /usr/local/lib/mod_mem_cache.so: undefined symbol: hashme
#9

Updated by icy about 10 years ago

  • Status changed from Need Feedback to Invalid

It's a third party module, we can't do anything about that. Contact the author of it.

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