Is it possible to go upload an earlier version of one of the pages and hit
it repeatedly to see if you get the same behaviour?
When you get the blank page, what do you see in "View Source"?
What are browser settings for reloading the page?
What happens with other browsers, NS 4.x, NS 6.2, Opera?
I tend to suspect the browser. Is there another system you can use to
patch/apply MSFT's updates?
Are you trying to deliver files directly to the browser using header()
calls, IE 5.5, w/o SP2 doesnt' handle them well.
Good luck - Miles Thompson
At 04:06 PM 1/10/2002 +0100, Christian Krzywicki wrote:
>I do not know, if this is the right forum, but I need help .....
>We have a stable Website, that handeled several thousand visitors a day
>before xmas. We did some additional programming (mostly PHP) and are running
>into problems right now, that can be reproduced, but we do not know where
>they come from:
>Server-side: Linux, Apache, PHP, MySQL
>Client: Windows 2000, IE 5.5
>Surfing the site is fast and traffic is very low today. After surfing around
>for some minutes and trying to open a new page i just get back a blank page,
>the browser tries to load the page but finally, a "site not found" appears.
>This happens with all pages ... When i Restat my browser after closing all
>windows, everything is fine.
>Does anybody have a clue, what could be wrong? My knowledge on PHP and MySQL
>is medium, on Apache it is almost zero... Any tips are appreciated!
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