Tony Zakula | 1 Apr 01:40 2011
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Re: Cherokee 1.2.2 'Chunked Encoding' broken?


On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 3:01 PM, Keith <keith <at> kiloproductions.net> wrote:
I've been running a Cherokee server on Ubuntu 10.10, with PHP 53 serving Wordpress for the last 6 months or so. I've been keeping Cherokee up to date pretty much since v0.9.

But with 1.2.2, I'm having the Wordpress admin panel throwing errors with 'load-scripts.php' and 'load-styles.php'. Those scripts basically combine js and css files into single large requests. I was seeing those files suddenly coming through cut off, or having garbage characters thrown on the end (that might have been from the browsers choking on them). Firefox and Safari were being affected, Chrome wasn't having the issue. At first, I though it was a gzip issue. But turning it off wasn't fully resolving the issue. What stopped it was turning off 'Chunked Encoding' on the server connections. Haven't seen the issue again after that.

So is 'Chunked Encoding' know to be broken on 1.2.2, or could it be causing issues in combination with some other problem I might have?

Thanks

Wow!  Interesting.  Were you by chance seeing these errors under https or http?

Thanks!

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Keith | 1 Apr 01:43 2011
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Re: Cherokee 1.2.2 'Chunked Encoding' broken?

It was only happening under HTTPS. But that script only runs in the admin, which I am serving via HTTPS. So...


Tony Zakula
March 31, 2011 6:40 PM


I've been running a Cherokee server on Ubuntu 10.10, with PHP 53 serving Wordpress for the last 6 months or so. I've been keeping Cherokee up to date pretty much since v0.9.

But with 1.2.2, I'm having the Wordpress admin panel throwing errors with 'load-scripts.php' and 'load-styles.php'. Those scripts basically combine js and css files into single large requests. I was seeing those files suddenly coming through cut off, or having garbage characters thrown on the end (that might have been from the browsers choking on them). Firefox and Safari were being affected, Chrome wasn't having the issue. At first, I though it was a gzip issue. But turning it off wasn't fully resolving the issue. What stopped it was turning off 'Chunked Encoding' on the server connections. Haven't seen the issue again after that.

So is 'Chunked Encoding' know to be broken on 1.2.2, or could it be causing issues in combination with some other problem I might have?

Thanks

Wow!  Interesting.  Were you by chance seeing these errors under https or http?

Thanks!

Tony Z 
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Keith
March 31, 2011 3:01 PM

I've been running a Cherokee server on Ubuntu 10.10, with PHP 53 serving Wordpress for the last 6 months or so. I've been keeping Cherokee up to date pretty much since v0.9.

But with 1.2.2, I'm having the Wordpress admin panel throwing errors with 'load-scripts.php' and 'load-styles.php'. Those scripts basically combine js and css files into single large requests. I was seeing those files suddenly coming through cut off, or having garbage characters thrown on the end (that might have been from the browsers choking on them). Firefox and Safari were being affected, Chrome wasn't having the issue. At first, I though it was a gzip issue. But turning it off wasn't fully resolving the issue. What stopped it was turning off 'Chunked Encoding' on the server connections. Haven't seen the issue again after that.

So is 'Chunked Encoding' know to be broken on 1.2.2, or could it be causing issues in combination with some other problem I might have?

Thanks
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Tony Zakula | 1 Apr 01:51 2011
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Re: Cherokee 1.2.2 'Chunked Encoding' broken?

Well that is good news.  So turning off chunked encoding fixed it?  I have been waiting to use Cherokee in production because of that https issue.  It is the only bug holding me back.  At least there is a way to work around it possibly.

On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 6:43 PM, Keith <keith <at> kiloproductions.net> wrote:
It was only happening under HTTPS. But that script only runs in the admin, which I am serving via HTTPS. So...


Tony Zakula
March 31, 2011 6:40 PM


I've been running a Cherokee server on Ubuntu 10.10, with PHP 53 serving Wordpress for the last 6 months or so. I've been keeping Cherokee up to date pretty much since v0.9.

But with 1.2.2, I'm having the Wordpress admin panel throwing errors with 'load-scripts.php' and 'load-styles.php'. Those scripts basically combine js and css files into single large requests. I was seeing those files suddenly coming through cut off, or having garbage characters thrown on the end (that might have been from the browsers choking on them). Firefox and Safari were being affected, Chrome wasn't having the issue. At first, I though it was a gzip issue. But turning it off wasn't fully resolving the issue. What stopped it was turning off 'Chunked Encoding' on the server connections. Haven't seen the issue again after that.

So is 'Chunked Encoding' know to be broken on 1.2.2, or could it be causing issues in combination with some other problem I might have?

Thanks

Wow!  Interesting.  Were you by chance seeing these errors under https or http?

Thanks!

Tony Z 
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Keith
March 31, 2011 3:01 PM

I've been running a Cherokee server on Ubuntu 10.10, with PHP 53 serving Wordpress for the last 6 months or so. I've been keeping Cherokee up to date pretty much since v0.9.

But with 1.2.2, I'm having the Wordpress admin panel throwing errors with 'load-scripts.php' and 'load-styles.php'. Those scripts basically combine js and css files into single large requests. I was seeing those files suddenly coming through cut off, or having garbage characters thrown on the end (that might have been from the browsers choking on them). Firefox and Safari were being affected, Chrome wasn't having the issue. At first, I though it was a gzip issue. But turning it off wasn't fully resolving the issue. What stopped it was turning off 'Chunked Encoding' on the server connections. Haven't seen the issue again after that.

So is 'Chunked Encoding' know to be broken on 1.2.2, or could it be causing issues in combination with some other problem I might have?

Thanks

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Keith | 1 Apr 02:07 2011
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Re: Cherokee 1.2.2 'Chunked Encoding' broken?

I wouldn't worry about using it for production. I'm running several massive sites with it, with very few hiccups, for over a year now.

Turning off chunked encoding definitely solved the issue; which hadn't even been an issue until last week. It would be nice to turn it off per vhost, or even from a rule; rather than across the whole server. But whatever. At least everything back to running.


Tony Zakula
March 31, 2011 6:51 PM

Well that is good news.  So turning off chunked encoding fixed it?  I have been waiting to use Cherokee in production because of that https issue.  It is the only bug holding me back.  At least there is a way to work around it possibly.

On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 6:43 PM, Keith <keith <at> kiloproductions.net> wrote:
It was only happening under HTTPS. But that script only runs in the admin, which I am serving via HTTPS. So...


Tony Zakula
March 31, 2011 6:40 PM


I've been running a Cherokee server on Ubuntu 10.10, with PHP 53 serving Wordpress for the last 6 months or so. I've been keeping Cherokee up to date pretty much since v0.9.

But with 1.2.2, I'm having the Wordpress admin panel throwing errors with 'load-scripts.php' and 'load-styles.php'. Those scripts basically combine js and css files into single large requests. I was seeing those files suddenly coming through cut off, or having garbage characters thrown on the end (that might have been from the browsers choking on them). Firefox and Safari were being affected, Chrome wasn't having the issue. At first, I though it was a gzip issue. But turning it off wasn't fully resolving the issue. What stopped it was turning off 'Chunked Encoding' on the server connections. Haven't seen the issue again after that.

So is 'Chunked Encoding' know to be broken on 1.2.2, or could it be causing issues in combination with some other problem I might have?

Thanks

Wow!  Interesting.  Were you by chance seeing these errors under https or http?

Thanks!

Tony Z 
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Keith
March 31, 2011 3:01 PM

I've been running a Cherokee server on Ubuntu 10.10, with PHP 53 serving Wordpress for the last 6 months or so. I've been keeping Cherokee up to date pretty much since v0.9.

But with 1.2.2, I'm having the Wordpress admin panel throwing errors with 'load-scripts.php' and 'load-styles.php'. Those scripts basically combine js and css files into single large requests. I was seeing those files suddenly coming through cut off, or having garbage characters thrown on the end (that might have been from the browsers choking on them). Firefox and Safari were being affected, Chrome wasn't having the issue. At first, I though it was a gzip issue. But turning it off wasn't fully resolving the issue. What stopped it was turning off 'Chunked Encoding' on the server connections. Haven't seen the issue again after that.

So is 'Chunked Encoding' know to be broken on 1.2.2, or could it be causing issues in combination with some other problem I might have?

Thanks


Tony Zakula
March 31, 2011 6:40 PM


I've been running a Cherokee server on Ubuntu 10.10, with PHP 53 serving Wordpress for the last 6 months or so. I've been keeping Cherokee up to date pretty much since v0.9.

But with 1.2.2, I'm having the Wordpress admin panel throwing errors with 'load-scripts.php' and 'load-styles.php'. Those scripts basically combine js and css files into single large requests. I was seeing those files suddenly coming through cut off, or having garbage characters thrown on the end (that might have been from the browsers choking on them). Firefox and Safari were being affected, Chrome wasn't having the issue. At first, I though it was a gzip issue. But turning it off wasn't fully resolving the issue. What stopped it was turning off 'Chunked Encoding' on the server connections. Haven't seen the issue again after that.

So is 'Chunked Encoding' know to be broken on 1.2.2, or could it be causing issues in combination with some other problem I might have?

Thanks

Wow!  Interesting.  Were you by chance seeing these errors under https or http?

Thanks!

Tony Z 
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Keith
March 31, 2011 3:01 PM

I've been running a Cherokee server on Ubuntu 10.10, with PHP 53 serving Wordpress for the last 6 months or so. I've been keeping Cherokee up to date pretty much since v0.9.

But with 1.2.2, I'm having the Wordpress admin panel throwing errors with 'load-scripts.php' and 'load-styles.php'. Those scripts basically combine js and css files into single large requests. I was seeing those files suddenly coming through cut off, or having garbage characters thrown on the end (that might have been from the browsers choking on them). Firefox and Safari were being affected, Chrome wasn't having the issue. At first, I though it was a gzip issue. But turning it off wasn't fully resolving the issue. What stopped it was turning off 'Chunked Encoding' on the server connections. Haven't seen the issue again after that.

So is 'Chunked Encoding' know to be broken on 1.2.2, or could it be causing issues in combination with some other problem I might have?

Thanks
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Tony Zakula | 1 Apr 02:31 2011
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Re: Cherokee 1.2.2 'Chunked Encoding' broken?

Well on ecommerce sites, https is a must for transactions, and when clients are getting garbage when trying to complete their order, it is unacceptable.   I love using Cherokee, but have been unable to use it because of this. 

On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 7:07 PM, Keith <keith <at> kiloproductions.net> wrote:
I wouldn't worry about using it for production. I'm running several massive sites with it, with very few hiccups, for over a year now.

Turning off chunked encoding definitely solved the issue; which hadn't even been an issue until last week. It would be nice to turn it off per vhost, or even from a rule; rather than across the whole server. But whatever. At least everything back to running.


Tony Zakula
March 31, 2011 6:51 PM

Well that is good news.  So turning off chunked encoding fixed it?  I have been waiting to use Cherokee in production because of that https issue.  It is the only bug holding me back.  At least there is a way to work around it possibly.

On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 6:43 PM, Keith <keith <at> kiloproductions.net> wrote:
It was only happening under HTTPS. But that script only runs in the admin, which I am serving via HTTPS. So...


Tony Zakula
March 31, 2011 6:40 PM


I've been running a Cherokee server on Ubuntu 10.10, with PHP 53 serving Wordpress for the last 6 months or so. I've been keeping Cherokee up to date pretty much since v0.9.

But with 1.2.2, I'm having the Wordpress admin panel throwing errors with 'load-scripts.php' and 'load-styles.php'. Those scripts basically combine js and css files into single large requests. I was seeing those files suddenly coming through cut off, or having garbage characters thrown on the end (that might have been from the browsers choking on them). Firefox and Safari were being affected, Chrome wasn't having the issue. At first, I though it was a gzip issue. But turning it off wasn't fully resolving the issue. What stopped it was turning off 'Chunked Encoding' on the server connections. Haven't seen the issue again after that.

So is 'Chunked Encoding' know to be broken on 1.2.2, or could it be causing issues in combination with some other problem I might have?

Thanks

Wow!  Interesting.  Were you by chance seeing these errors under https or http?

Thanks!

Tony Z 
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Keith
March 31, 2011 3:01 PM

I've been running a Cherokee server on Ubuntu 10.10, with PHP 53 serving Wordpress for the last 6 months or so. I've been keeping Cherokee up to date pretty much since v0.9.

But with 1.2.2, I'm having the Wordpress admin panel throwing errors with 'load-scripts.php' and 'load-styles.php'. Those scripts basically combine js and css files into single large requests. I was seeing those files suddenly coming through cut off, or having garbage characters thrown on the end (that might have been from the browsers choking on them). Firefox and Safari were being affected, Chrome wasn't having the issue. At first, I though it was a gzip issue. But turning it off wasn't fully resolving the issue. What stopped it was turning off 'Chunked Encoding' on the server connections. Haven't seen the issue again after that.

So is 'Chunked Encoding' know to be broken on 1.2.2, or could it be causing issues in combination with some other problem I might have?

Thanks


Tony Zakula
March 31, 2011 6:40 PM


I've been running a Cherokee server on Ubuntu 10.10, with PHP 53 serving Wordpress for the last 6 months or so. I've been keeping Cherokee up to date pretty much since v0.9.

But with 1.2.2, I'm having the Wordpress admin panel throwing errors with 'load-scripts.php' and 'load-styles.php'. Those scripts basically combine js and css files into single large requests. I was seeing those files suddenly coming through cut off, or having garbage characters thrown on the end (that might have been from the browsers choking on them). Firefox and Safari were being affected, Chrome wasn't having the issue. At first, I though it was a gzip issue. But turning it off wasn't fully resolving the issue. What stopped it was turning off 'Chunked Encoding' on the server connections. Haven't seen the issue again after that.

So is 'Chunked Encoding' know to be broken on 1.2.2, or could it be causing issues in combination with some other problem I might have?

Thanks

Wow!  Interesting.  Were you by chance seeing these errors under https or http?

Thanks!

Tony Z 
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Keith
March 31, 2011 3:01 PM

I've been running a Cherokee server on Ubuntu 10.10, with PHP 53 serving Wordpress for the last 6 months or so. I've been keeping Cherokee up to date pretty much since v0.9.

But with 1.2.2, I'm having the Wordpress admin panel throwing errors with 'load-scripts.php' and 'load-styles.php'. Those scripts basically combine js and css files into single large requests. I was seeing those files suddenly coming through cut off, or having garbage characters thrown on the end (that might have been from the browsers choking on them). Firefox and Safari were being affected, Chrome wasn't having the issue. At first, I though it was a gzip issue. But turning it off wasn't fully resolving the issue. What stopped it was turning off 'Chunked Encoding' on the server connections. Haven't seen the issue again after that.

So is 'Chunked Encoding' know to be broken on 1.2.2, or could it be causing issues in combination with some other problem I might have?

Thanks

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Tony Zakula | 1 Apr 03:00 2011
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Re: Cherokee 1.2.2 'Chunked Encoding' broken?

I saw on on the bug report for this that someone said they started using polarssl instead of openssl and that solved it. Can anyone confirm that? Did that take care of it? 

Tony Z


On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 7:31 PM, Tony Zakula <tonyzakula <at> gmail.com> wrote:
Well on ecommerce sites, https is a must for transactions, and when clients are getting garbage when trying to complete their order, it is unacceptable.   I love using Cherokee, but have been unable to use it because of this. 


On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 7:07 PM, Keith <keith <at> kiloproductions.net> wrote:
I wouldn't worry about using it for production. I'm running several massive sites with it, with very few hiccups, for over a year now.

Turning off chunked encoding definitely solved the issue; which hadn't even been an issue until last week. It would be nice to turn it off per vhost, or even from a rule; rather than across the whole server. But whatever. At least everything back to running.


Tony Zakula
March 31, 2011 6:51 PM

Well that is good news.  So turning off chunked encoding fixed it?  I have been waiting to use Cherokee in production because of that https issue.  It is the only bug holding me back.  At least there is a way to work around it possibly.

On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 6:43 PM, Keith <keith <at> kiloproductions.net> wrote:
It was only happening under HTTPS. But that script only runs in the admin, which I am serving via HTTPS. So...


Tony Zakula
March 31, 2011 6:40 PM


I've been running a Cherokee server on Ubuntu 10.10, with PHP 53 serving Wordpress for the last 6 months or so. I've been keeping Cherokee up to date pretty much since v0.9.

But with 1.2.2, I'm having the Wordpress admin panel throwing errors with 'load-scripts.php' and 'load-styles.php'. Those scripts basically combine js and css files into single large requests. I was seeing those files suddenly coming through cut off, or having garbage characters thrown on the end (that might have been from the browsers choking on them). Firefox and Safari were being affected, Chrome wasn't having the issue. At first, I though it was a gzip issue. But turning it off wasn't fully resolving the issue. What stopped it was turning off 'Chunked Encoding' on the server connections. Haven't seen the issue again after that.

So is 'Chunked Encoding' know to be broken on 1.2.2, or could it be causing issues in combination with some other problem I might have?

Thanks

Wow!  Interesting.  Were you by chance seeing these errors under https or http?

Thanks!

Tony Z 
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Keith
March 31, 2011 3:01 PM

I've been running a Cherokee server on Ubuntu 10.10, with PHP 53 serving Wordpress for the last 6 months or so. I've been keeping Cherokee up to date pretty much since v0.9.

But with 1.2.2, I'm having the Wordpress admin panel throwing errors with 'load-scripts.php' and 'load-styles.php'. Those scripts basically combine js and css files into single large requests. I was seeing those files suddenly coming through cut off, or having garbage characters thrown on the end (that might have been from the browsers choking on them). Firefox and Safari were being affected, Chrome wasn't having the issue. At first, I though it was a gzip issue. But turning it off wasn't fully resolving the issue. What stopped it was turning off 'Chunked Encoding' on the server connections. Haven't seen the issue again after that.

So is 'Chunked Encoding' know to be broken on 1.2.2, or could it be causing issues in combination with some other problem I might have?

Thanks


Tony Zakula
March 31, 2011 6:40 PM


I've been running a Cherokee server on Ubuntu 10.10, with PHP 53 serving Wordpress for the last 6 months or so. I've been keeping Cherokee up to date pretty much since v0.9.

But with 1.2.2, I'm having the Wordpress admin panel throwing errors with 'load-scripts.php' and 'load-styles.php'. Those scripts basically combine js and css files into single large requests. I was seeing those files suddenly coming through cut off, or having garbage characters thrown on the end (that might have been from the browsers choking on them). Firefox and Safari were being affected, Chrome wasn't having the issue. At first, I though it was a gzip issue. But turning it off wasn't fully resolving the issue. What stopped it was turning off 'Chunked Encoding' on the server connections. Haven't seen the issue again after that.

So is 'Chunked Encoding' know to be broken on 1.2.2, or could it be causing issues in combination with some other problem I might have?

Thanks

Wow!  Interesting.  Were you by chance seeing these errors under https or http?

Thanks!

Tony Z 
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Keith
March 31, 2011 3:01 PM

I've been running a Cherokee server on Ubuntu 10.10, with PHP 53 serving Wordpress for the last 6 months or so. I've been keeping Cherokee up to date pretty much since v0.9.

But with 1.2.2, I'm having the Wordpress admin panel throwing errors with 'load-scripts.php' and 'load-styles.php'. Those scripts basically combine js and css files into single large requests. I was seeing those files suddenly coming through cut off, or having garbage characters thrown on the end (that might have been from the browsers choking on them). Firefox and Safari were being affected, Chrome wasn't having the issue. At first, I though it was a gzip issue. But turning it off wasn't fully resolving the issue. What stopped it was turning off 'Chunked Encoding' on the server connections. Haven't seen the issue again after that.

So is 'Chunked Encoding' know to be broken on 1.2.2, or could it be causing issues in combination with some other problem I might have?

Thanks


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Keith | 1 Apr 03:18 2011
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Re: Cherokee 1.2.2 'Chunked Encoding' broken?

I'm using openssl as well.


Tony Zakula
March 31, 2011 8:00 PM

I saw on on the bug report for this that someone said they started using polarssl instead of openssl and that solved it. Can anyone confirm that? Did that take care of it? 

Tony Z




Tony Zakula
March 31, 2011 7:31 PM

Well on ecommerce sites, https is a must for transactions, and when clients are getting garbage when trying to complete their order, it is unacceptable.   I love using Cherokee, but have been unable to use it because of this. 



Tony Zakula
March 31, 2011 6:51 PM

Well that is good news.  So turning off chunked encoding fixed it?  I have been waiting to use Cherokee in production because of that https issue.  It is the only bug holding me back.  At least there is a way to work around it possibly.

On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 6:43 PM, Keith <keith <at> kiloproductions.net> wrote:
It was only happening under HTTPS. But that script only runs in the admin, which I am serving via HTTPS. So...


Tony Zakula
March 31, 2011 6:40 PM


I've been running a Cherokee server on Ubuntu 10.10, with PHP 53 serving Wordpress for the last 6 months or so. I've been keeping Cherokee up to date pretty much since v0.9.

But with 1.2.2, I'm having the Wordpress admin panel throwing errors with 'load-scripts.php' and 'load-styles.php'. Those scripts basically combine js and css files into single large requests. I was seeing those files suddenly coming through cut off, or having garbage characters thrown on the end (that might have been from the browsers choking on them). Firefox and Safari were being affected, Chrome wasn't having the issue. At first, I though it was a gzip issue. But turning it off wasn't fully resolving the issue. What stopped it was turning off 'Chunked Encoding' on the server connections. Haven't seen the issue again after that.

So is 'Chunked Encoding' know to be broken on 1.2.2, or could it be causing issues in combination with some other problem I might have?

Thanks

Wow!  Interesting.  Were you by chance seeing these errors under https or http?

Thanks!

Tony Z 
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Keith
March 31, 2011 3:01 PM

I've been running a Cherokee server on Ubuntu 10.10, with PHP 53 serving Wordpress for the last 6 months or so. I've been keeping Cherokee up to date pretty much since v0.9.

But with 1.2.2, I'm having the Wordpress admin panel throwing errors with 'load-scripts.php' and 'load-styles.php'. Those scripts basically combine js and css files into single large requests. I was seeing those files suddenly coming through cut off, or having garbage characters thrown on the end (that might have been from the browsers choking on them). Firefox and Safari were being affected, Chrome wasn't having the issue. At first, I though it was a gzip issue. But turning it off wasn't fully resolving the issue. What stopped it was turning off 'Chunked Encoding' on the server connections. Haven't seen the issue again after that.

So is 'Chunked Encoding' know to be broken on 1.2.2, or could it be causing issues in combination with some other problem I might have?

Thanks


Tony Zakula
March 31, 2011 6:40 PM


I've been running a Cherokee server on Ubuntu 10.10, with PHP 53 serving Wordpress for the last 6 months or so. I've been keeping Cherokee up to date pretty much since v0.9.

But with 1.2.2, I'm having the Wordpress admin panel throwing errors with 'load-scripts.php' and 'load-styles.php'. Those scripts basically combine js and css files into single large requests. I was seeing those files suddenly coming through cut off, or having garbage characters thrown on the end (that might have been from the browsers choking on them). Firefox and Safari were being affected, Chrome wasn't having the issue. At first, I though it was a gzip issue. But turning it off wasn't fully resolving the issue. What stopped it was turning off 'Chunked Encoding' on the server connections. Haven't seen the issue again after that.

So is 'Chunked Encoding' know to be broken on 1.2.2, or could it be causing issues in combination with some other problem I might have?

Thanks

Wow!  Interesting.  Were you by chance seeing these errors under https or http?

Thanks!

Tony Z 
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Keith
March 31, 2011 3:01 PM

I've been running a Cherokee server on Ubuntu 10.10, with PHP 53 serving Wordpress for the last 6 months or so. I've been keeping Cherokee up to date pretty much since v0.9.

But with 1.2.2, I'm having the Wordpress admin panel throwing errors with 'load-scripts.php' and 'load-styles.php'. Those scripts basically combine js and css files into single large requests. I was seeing those files suddenly coming through cut off, or having garbage characters thrown on the end (that might have been from the browsers choking on them). Firefox and Safari were being affected, Chrome wasn't having the issue. At first, I though it was a gzip issue. But turning it off wasn't fully resolving the issue. What stopped it was turning off 'Chunked Encoding' on the server connections. Haven't seen the issue again after that.

So is 'Chunked Encoding' know to be broken on 1.2.2, or could it be causing issues in combination with some other problem I might have?

Thanks
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Tony Zakula | 1 Apr 04:32 2011
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large number of redirects

Hi,

I recently had a project where someone migrated from a PHP app to a Java app.  In order to preserve SEO links, we generated about 5000 redirects from a database script and wrote them to a file for Apache to include in its configuration.  Is there any way to mass insert redirects into Cherokee like that.  I really did not see anything in the docs on that, but I may have missed it.

Thanks!  

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Alvaro Lopez Ortega | 1 Apr 09:12 2011

Re: large number of redirects

Hello Tony,

On Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 4:32 AM, Tony Zakula <tonyzakula <at> gmail.com> wrote:
I recently had a project where someone migrated from a PHP app to a Java app.  In order to preserve SEO links, we generated about 5000 redirects from a database script and wrote them to a file for Apache to include in its configuration.  Is there any way to mass insert redirects into Cherokee like that.  I really did not see anything in the docs on that, but I may have missed it.

If the rules do not change, you could generate them in the format of the Cherokee configuration file and insert them there. The work will be basically the same, although the overall performance of the server will be much higher. The last entry of the FAQ explains it a bit better: http://www.cherokee-project.com/doc/other_faq.html#faq21

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Tony Zakula | 1 Apr 15:25 2011
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Re: large number of redirects

Hi Alvaro,

On Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 2:12 AM, Alvaro Lopez Ortega <alvaro <at> octality.com> wrote:
Hello Tony,


On Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 4:32 AM, Tony Zakula <tonyzakula <at> gmail.com> wrote:
I recently had a project where someone migrated from a PHP app to a Java app.  In order to preserve SEO links, we generated about 5000 redirects from a database script and wrote them to a file for Apache to include in its configuration.  Is there any way to mass insert redirects into Cherokee like that.  I really did not see anything in the docs on that, but I may have missed it.

If the rules do not change, you could generate them in the format of the Cherokee configuration file and insert them there. The work will be basically the same, although the overall performance of the server will be much higher. The last entry of the FAQ explains it a bit better: http://www.cherokee-project.com/doc/other_faq.html#faq21

Thanks.  Yes, I am not using htaccess files, just using the Apache config. So that is good to know it can be done.  This type of thing is static, but must be done when migrating people to keep their Google rankings.  Not a Cherokee problem or issue, but unfortunately needed.  :-)

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