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Re: Error: "Chunk delimiter was invalid"

From: David Chilton <macteen731_at_mac.com>
Date: 2005-05-15 13:57:23 CEST

I've observed behavior like this as well. The interesting bit is a
web page I wrote for my fiance with a random picture of us will fail
to completely load the picture almost all of the time when I visit
from my mac, but when she visits from her WinXP Box its fine, The
page is hosted on 10.4 with Apache 2.0.52 (the Complete Apache2 package)

Back more on topic, I got the same "Chunk Delimiter Invalid" error
trying to checkout over http, but when I used svnserve it all worked


> Robert wrote:
> > Hello.
> > Just for the records. I have the same problems here on Mac OS Tiger,
> > svn 1.1.4 with FSFS DB, httpd 2.0.54. When doing a checkout from
> one of
> > my linux boxes in the DMZ over a dedicated linux router to my
> Mac I get
> > those messages reproducably often. But sometimes a repeat of the
> > checkout command gets the next few files, quits with an error and I
> > have to repeat this procedure over and over again to get all files.
> >
> > Something wrong with the FSFS subsystem? Could that be a symptom
> for a
> > timeout?
> Well, this weekend we found the problem. It is Mac OS-X 10.4 and
> Apache2
> With just Apache 2 on 10.4 "Tiger", any large file (We tried just
> 1meg files)
> in Apache fail like 80% of the time. As the size incrases they
> fail more
> often.
> Something is very broken between Apache2 and Mac-OS-X 10.4.
> It has nothing to so with Subversion or FSFS. (Or the networking
> hardware
> since we have now reproduced this on other 10.4 systems with different
> networking interconnects.)
> --
> Michael Sinz Technology and Engineering
> Director/Consultant
> "Starting Startups"
> mailto:michael.sinz@sinz.org
> My place on the web http://www.sinz.org/
> Michael.Sinz
Received on Sun May 15 14:35:07 2005

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