#6060: Http_socket does not handle persistent connections properly
    Reporter:  tcossairt                                   |          Type:  
      Status:  new                                         |      Priority:  
   Milestone:  1.2.x.x                                     |     Component:  
     Version:  1.2 Final                                   |      Severity:  
    Keywords:  http socket http_socket keep alive timeout  |   Php_version:  
PHP 5  
Cake_version:                                              |  
 Using HttpSocket:  When doing an Http->get() on a server supporting
 persistent connections (e.g. Apache), CakeSocket will block in the
 feof/fread loop until the server's keep-alive timeout hits.   e.g. If you
 set Apache's KeepAliveTimeout to 60 and call Http->Get call on that server
 with keep-alive on, Cake will hang for an entire minute before continuing.

 Instead, Cake should be reading the HTTP header and retrieving the
 Content-Length of the message.  Once that content-length of data has been
 read, it should then continue.  (PEAR's HTTP\Request handles it

Ticket URL: <https://trac.cakephp.org/ticket/6060>
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