If you are using mod_webkit, be sure to recompile it based on a recent
snapshot of Webware CVS. There was bug that affected large requests that
has been fixed recently.
Mark Phillips wrote:
> The server receives about 1400 XML-RPC messages at a rate of
> about 400
> per minute. Each is between 500 btyes and 180,000 bytes in
> length with
> an average of 30K bytes.
> The exception is raised for only some messages. It appears to be only
> messages where the payload exceeds a certain size, say, above 53,000
> bytes or so.
> Here is the text of the error:
> File "WebKit/XMLRPCServlet.py", line 34, in respondToPost File
> line 1013, in loads
> line 531, in close
> self._parser.Parse("", 1) # end of data
> ExpatError: no element found: line 895, column 56
> I checked the XML and it appears to be well formed and complete. What
> might this error mean?
> Mark Phillips
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From: Mark Phillips <mark@mo...> - 2004-09-01 16:22:31
On Sep 1, 2004, at 7:40 AM, Geoffrey Talvola wrote:
> If you are using mod_webkit, be sure to recompile it based on a recent
> snapshot of Webware CVS.
I am trying to use a MacCVSclient, to access the webware cvs. It is
complaining that there is no response on port 2401. What is the correct
parameters for downloading a snapshot from the cvs?