Message-Id: <email@example.com> In-Reply-To: <199611222225.RAA03296@u4-138.openmarket.com> Date: Sat, 23 Nov 1996 15:52:25 -0700 To: Stanley Gambarin <firstname.lastname@example.org> From: Ben Davenport <email@example.com> Subject: Re: mod_fastcgi version 1.4 is out Stanley, It seems this better handling of HTTP redirection breaks our scripts. Here's the error message from our error_log: [Sat Nov 23 15:32:38 1996] access to /home/www/prod/merc/main/cgi/main_merc.cgi failed for 220.127.116.11, reason: mod_fastcgi: Location CGI response header allowed only in response to a GET or HEAD request We use redirects in response to POSTs heavily. For example, how else would you implement the popup menu navigation features seen on many pages, including ours? Is there a good reason for eliminating this functionality, when it worked fine before and works fine under standard CGI? On another note, mod_fastcgi also complained about the Status header and Location header being mutually exclusive: [Sat Nov 23 15:30:39 1996] access to /home/www/prod/merc/wv/cgi/wv_merc.cgi failed for 18.104.22.168, reason: mod_fastcgi: Status and Location CGI response headers are mutually exclusive CGI::Fast.pm prints out both of these headers to do a redirect. Perhaps it may not be supported by the CGI standard, but it seems to work correctly with every browser I've ever tried it with. Care to comment on this issue Lincoln? -Ben On 11/22/96, Stanley Gambarin wrote: > mod_fastcgi.c (Server module for Apache web server) is out on the > web site at http://www.fastcgi.com/servers/apache/1.4/apache-fastcgi.tar.Z > It should also be visible on http://www.fastcgi.com/server/apache in a few > days, when the web site gets updated. > > New features include bug fixes, including slash at the end of > DocumentRoot, improved handling of HTTP redirection, better logging and > support for distributed computing via new directive and additional options > to AppClass. (see the accompanying documentation for more info). > > As always, any bug reports are welcomed. Note that the above has > only been tested under Solaris 2.5 using Apache 1.1.1, so I would appreciate > reports of any anomalies (if any) under other OS's. > Stanley. -- Ben Davenport <firstname.lastname@example.org> (303) 675-2334 Experience varies directly with equipment ruined.