Bug#151645: mozilla-browser: HTTP/1.1 Pipelining gets confused.

Andreas Metzler ametzler at downhill.at.eu.org
Tue Dec 26 12:07:41 UTC 2006

On 2002-07-02 Thomas Roessler <roessler at sobolev.does-not-exist.org> wrote:
> Package: mozilla-browser
> Version: 2:1.0.0-0.woody.1
> Severity: normal

> It seems like HTTP pipelining occasionally gets confused, and out of
> synch with the server's answers.  Mozilla then offers me to save the
> web page in question as an application/x-httpd-php3 file (the
> content type is apparently determined from the file name); that file
> contains the actual HTTP header, and part of the server's response
> (like "1 200", cut off from "HTTP/1.1 200").

> To reproduce activate persistent connections and pipelining, and
> stress-test it a bit.  (For instance on a site which opens many
> sub-windows.) If needed to debug this further, I have a packet trace
> of a session where this happened available.  As far as I can see it,
> the dialogue between Mozilla and the server was flawless on the
> wire.

Can you still reproduce this with iceape (or even mozilla 1.7.x)?
cu andreas

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