Luke Opperman wrote:
> Hello again -
> I think I have something of a bug to report, but additional
> help in tracking it down would be good.
> I've finally narrowed this problem down to what looks like
> wkcgi.exe. I've got an FFK form, and if I put a huge chunk
> of text (originally over 20K, the problem occurs at least
> down to 10K, maybe 5K) into a textarea on it, the page
> times out after 2 or 3 minutes and wkcgi using 100%cpu.
> I originally thought this was an FFK problem (I had the
> page write a log file, and it never reached the
> methodToInvoke), but eventually tried using both One.exe
> and WebKit.exe (using PythonLauncher) and it worked no
> problem, with even larger form values (80K at least).
> So, that's where I'm at. wkcgi.exe seems to be freaking out
> even before it passes the request to the appserver. This
> happens on both our development and production systems, one
> has over 1GB of free memory... What else will be helpful to
> tracking this down?
No further information is needed. I can reproduce the bug by simply
accessing the FileUpload.py example servlet and trying to upload a large
I'll track this down.
From: Luke Opperman <luko@ro...> - 2002-04-23 19:51:57
Yes, that does it. Thanks,
--- Geoffrey Talvola <gtalvola@...> wrote:
> Try the attached wkcgi.exe and see if it fixes the
> problem. It works for
> me. If it works for you, I'll check in the fixes and
> upload it to the
> Webware site.
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