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Re: imports failing over dav.

From: Joe Orton <joe_at_manyfish.co.uk>
Date: 2001-09-11 00:35:15 CEST

My bet is this is a persistent connection handling problem in Apache 2.
The debug traces for import look something like this:

new connection
<- 200
<failed to read status line, start new connection>
-> retry the MKACTIVITY
<- 201
<- 207
-> retry the PROPFIND
<failed to read status line, start new connection>

and so on, basically losing the connection every couple of requests.
neon fails gracefully if this happens when it's reading from the socket,
but if it's writing a request body to the socket, we get a SIGPIPE.

I was seeing these with checkouts too. When I turn off persistent
connections in ra_dav, these problems go away, so I'll commit that as a
temporary workaround, and try and work up a simple repro case against
Apache 2.0.

(Thanks to Ben for setting up a test repos so I can play with this!)


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