On 2007.08.10, Pedro Liska <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I'm using AOLserver 4.5.0 with nsopenssl v3_0beta26 . When I post a file
> that is greater than 10MB to the server, I get a "The connection was reset"
> error in Mozilla and a "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" error
> in IE7.

Connection-oriented limits are now specified with the "ns_limit" command
in 4.5.0 -- here's the snippet from the RELEASE file:

        The "ns_limit" command enables setting various resource
        limits for specified method/url combinations. These limits
        include such items as max concurrent connections, max file
        upload size, and timeouts waiting for connection processing.
        When limits are exceeded, connections are immediately
        dispatched to a dedicated "error" connection processing
        pool to generate a quick error response. By default all
        requests share the same default limits.  Coupled with the
        new "ns_pools" command, URL-based limits can provide for
        sophisticated resource management.

-- Dossy

Dossy Shiobara              | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://dossy.org/
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