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From: "Jens Vagelpohl" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "[Zope] Mailing List" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, August 16, 2006 11:05 AM
Subject: Re: POUND AND ZOPE HELL!!! was: Re: [Zope] Can't Find This Bug!
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On 16 Aug 2006, at 10:34, beno - wrote:
>> "Posted with no comments"?? You can read, can you? This is now
the third time (read: 3) that I'm telling
>> you that these entries are not errors. NotFound (or 404) is
completely normal. Stop looking at them!
Okay, okay, BUT JENS... It's been over a WEEK that my client can't see
her site AND I DON'T KNOW WHY!!
That's beside the point. I'm telling you those NotFound messages do not
matter, you need to look somewhere else. Whether you are desperate or not
does not change the fact that they are a red herring.
If someone who cannot view the site sends a request and Zope seems to
serve the right stuff then maybe this is not a Zope problem at all?
I suggest you read up on things like ethereal to analyze what exactly is
happening between the client's browser and the server. The logs can only
tell you that "something has been served", not the content.
Another idea is to have your client install ieHTTPHeaders (or equivalent for
non-IE browsers) in their web browser and then send you the http header info
that they are seeing.
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