[rt-devel] Bug/oversight in templates and fix

James Terry james.c.terry at yale.edu
Tue Sep 30 15:14:34 EDT 2003

Great, but since this is a known issue and there seems to be a known fix,
can't the fix be implemented in the next version?


On Tue, 30 Sep 2003, Mick Szucs wrote:

> On Tue, 2003-09-30 at 12:02, James Terry wrote:
> > Not very long at all.  I'm just entering in text, and I get around 1328
> > bytes of reliability before bad things (bad things = truncation) start to
> > happen.  Playing around, I was able to successfully formulate strings of
> > text of size up to 1508 that went through okay, but after a certain point,
> > the form submission started eating the remainder.  Curiously, when this
> > truncation occurs, it always snaps the limit back to 1328.  
> > 
> > This is with Apache 2.0.40-21.3, the default version that ships w/ Red Hat 
> > 9.  (Yes, I know Red Hat is bad for a lot of things, but I feel like my 
> > solution is pretty simple.)
> The default version of mod_perl that ships with Redhat 9
> (mod_perl-1.99_07) truncates POST requests at 3128 bytes.  It's a know
> issue.
> Updated to mod_perl-1.99_09 from Rawhide.
> -- 
> Mick Szucs <mick at onramp.ca>
> Onramp Network Services Inc.

More information about the Rt-devel mailing list