On Wed, 2 May 2001, Nick Loman wrote:

>http://cvs.php.net/viewcvs.cgi/php4/main/rfc1867.c?rev=1.62&content-type=text/vnd.viewcvs-markup&sortby=date
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>Or something else? If you think that one may be important I will apply and
>see if it changes anything.
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>The above doesn't seem to be in PHP 4.0.5 but the other important
>revisions, e.g. 1.59 do appear to be.

I refer to something else. :) But I can't remember where it was..some
file in main/ directory..

That commit was just a coincidence.

--Jani





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>On 2 May 2001, Bug Database wrote:
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>> ID: 10582
>> Updated by: sniper
>> Reported By: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>> Old-Status: Open
>> Status: Feedback
>> Old-Bug Type: *General Issues
>> Bug Type: HTTP related
>> PHP Version: 4.0.5
>> Assigned To:
>> Comments:
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>> Could you please try the latest CVS. There has been
>> some fixes on this and I'm not sure if they maded to 4.0.5.
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>> --Jani
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>> Previous Comments:
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>> [2001-05-01 12:35:27] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>> I'm getting the following error message very occasionally (once daily) on a server 
>with approximately 1000 file uploads.
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>> httpd: PHP Warning:  File Upload Error - No Mime boundary found after start of file 
>header in Unknown on line 0
>> httpd: PHP Warning:  Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent 
>(output started at ]Q:40) in /web/script.php on line 12
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>> This is co-inciding with an httpd process going crazy and using up all available 
>CPU and memory and bringing the machine down. I suspect there's a problem with the 
>file uploader client which is fine, but the crash is giving me major concerns.
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>> This is proving hard to track down but the corruption in that second error message 
>leads me to think there may be something obvious to look at.
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>> The script.php uses sessions, trans-sid and use_cookies 1
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>> Nick.
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