extremely wierd apache problem

  • genxservers
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I am running a home webserver of Win XP and Apache 2.

Apache 2 have PHP 4.

I use another comp to access the webserver using boht IE 6 and Mozilla Firefox.

It seems when my script hits a certain # of lines on a page. Around 250 lines of code, the page doesnt display.

I have ran a few test, for example, if my script have 245 lines of codes its ok. page will display. Add 5 lines of plain text and <BR>. Page will not show. Error message is same as if you tried to browse the internet without a connection.

I am sure it is something with my apache config file, but I cant seem to find anything that relates in there.

Can anyone help?
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Post 3+ Months Ago

have you looked in your error log files ?
there may be a hint there.

does the error page have the apache tag line at the bottom?
or is it an error page generated by the browser?
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Error page does NOT have an apache logo underneath. But I dont think its browser config because I tried it on multiple machines, even a nix machine and it is same. Page Not Found error.

I did check the Apache error log and it seems there's a LOT of these warnings

"(OS 64) The specified network name is no longer available. :winnt_accept: Asynchronous, AcceptEX failed."

Any idea what that error means?
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I havent seen that error before but it sounds like the web pages were held on a networked drive or perhaps an aliased drive and the alias is no longer working.

Can you start a browser on the server itself and access a page?
http://localhost/pageiwant.htm

perhaps if you pm'ed the http.conf file to me I can see if there is any obvious errors

the URL of the page may help as well

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