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|0003172||[Quercus]||feature||always||12-13-08 09:35||01-04-09 14:41|
|Summary||0003172: Add switch to ease content-length debugging|
If a script outputs a Content-Length header, then something somewhere spits out a bit of unexpected output, you get an error like, "tried to write 220458 bytes with content-length 217387". There should be a way to dump the entire output out to a file when that error happens, so that the output can be examined manually to figure out where the extra data is coming from.
Scott and I discussed having this be a debug switch of some kind, so you don't have the overhead of saving all scripts' output all the time, just when you're trying to track this kind of problem down.
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|12-13-08 09:35||koreth||New Issue|
|01-04-09 14:41||ferg||Priority||normal => urgent|
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