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Re: Problem/Crash doing large checkout via DAV

From: Gerald Richter <richter_at_ecos.de>
Date: 2002-06-04 22:03:21 CEST

> >
> > Yes, it's quite possible that it's a time-out. Neon (the client-side
> > http library) is probably timing out after 90 secs...
> >
> Ok, I try to compile neon with a bigger timeout and see what will

I have set the SOCKET_READ_TIMEOUT from 120 to 12000, but this doesn't
change anything, since it had stop before 120secs are over, this isn't very

> >
> > Regardless, repeat the expermiment while using Ethereal to capture the
> > data. When the client dies, take a look at the HTTP dialogue and see
> > how much data was sent.
> >

The client sends the PROPFIND for the directory and server doesn't send any
answer to back to the client. Just closeing the connection after a while. I
have rerun this serveral times, the time it takes changes, so it doesn't
seems like a timeout. Would have been too easy :-(

Also ethereal shows that nothing is send back to the client, the access_log,
says status 207 and 900 Bytes for that PORPFIND request. There is nothing in
the error_log. Strange....

If this doesn't makes sense to anybody, seems like I have to try the
debugger when I get some time....


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