I've been receiving email notifications for this type of error
(traceback at the end) since going live with one of my Webware-based
sites back in October. Only recently has it ramped up to be troublesome.
The AssertionError happens every time, but the URL shown in the
I looked up this "proxy5/check.php" thing in Google & it indicates
(?) some type of proxy abuse (led me to: http://wiki.apache.org/httpd/
ProxyAbuse). So I changed the config. in httpd.conf, but that only
seemed to generate more errors & emails.
My question, then, is: Have any of you run into something like this
before? If so, did you successfully stop it from happening & what did
Otherwise, anybody have any suggestions?
Running Ww 0.9.4 on RH/CentOS with Apache 2.0.54 and mod_webkit2.
Thanks for any guidance,
WebKit caught an exception while processing a request for "None" at
Mon Jun 1 15:29:50 2009 (timestamp: 1243884590.91). The plain text
traceback from Python is printed below and the full HTML error report
from WebKit is attached.
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/local/Webware-0.9.4/WebKit/Application.py", line 645,
servlet = findServlet(trans)
File "/usr/local/Webware-0.9.4/WebKit/URLParser.py", line 70, in
return self.parse(trans, trans.request().urlPath())
File "/usr/local/Webware-0.9.4/WebKit/URLParser.py", line 314, in
return fpp.parse(trans, requestPath)
File "/usr/local/Webware-0.9.4/WebKit/URLParser.py", line 387, in
assert not requestPath or requestPath.startswith('/'), \
AssertionError: Not what I expected: 'http://22.214.171.124/proxy5/