Hi Jachin,

thank you for your response.

You are right, it's always a good idea to look at the logfiles ... which

proxy: error reading status line from remote server localhost, referer:
http:// ...
proxy: Error reading from remote server returned by ... , referer: http:// ...

As far as I have read up on this, it could be the apache bug 37770
Until now I didn't found a workaround.


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am: Wed, 3 May 2006 14:55:19 -0500
von: Jachin Rupe : [EMAIL PROTECTED]

>hi there
>Since it works when zope is not behind apache the problem is probably
>with Apache.  Maybe the error logs will provide some clue.  You could
>try looking in your apache error logs.
>The error logs for Apache on OS X are in this directory:
>One of my favorite tricks in cases like this to open a terminal and
>run one of these:
>tail -f /var/log/httpd/error_log
>Then recreate the error (i.e upload a file larger than 70k), and if
>there are errors you'll see the error pop up in the terminal.
>Let me know what you find out, I'm working on an zope app that will
>eventually require file uploads that I want to put behind apache and
>any tricks to make that work right would be good to know.
>On May 3, 2006, at 11:54 AM, Klaus Bremer wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I'm running zope 3.2.0 behind apache 2.0.54 (on Mac OS X 10.4.5) and
>> can't upload files larger than aproximatly 70k using forms into
>> zope. By
>> accessing zope direct it works.
>> The apache directive LimitRequestBody seems to have no effect.
>> Does anybody know where to look next?
>> Best regards
>> -klaus
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