Re: Apache question.

From: Steve Ackman (
Date: 11/09/03

Date: Sun, 09 Nov 2003 14:17:06 GMT

On Thu, 06 Nov 2003 22:15:57 GMT, David <> wrote:
> I recently upgraded apache to the latest 1.3.29 release and now I
> am wondering if something has been changed to allow for this to
> be happening.
> - - [06/Nov/2003:15:21:24 -0600] "GET
> HTTP/1.1" 200 2892
> I use to get a 400 error with these but now it seems to be
> allowing the connection.

  What connection is it allowing? Is your home page
2892 bytes?

> Anyone know how to stop this from
> happening? I haven't made any changes to my "httpd.conf" file is
> what has me confused as to what is happening.

  If I "GET" my Apache serves
my default page... and logs a 200.

Steve Ackman	(Need green beans?)		(glass, linux & other stuff)

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