[rt-users] Gnupg interaction with speedycgi in RT 3.8.1

Jesse Vincent jesse at bestpractical.com
Tue Nov 18 14:46:52 EST 2008

On Tue 18.Nov'08 at 19:12:36 +0000, Dominic Hargreaves wrote:
> Hi,
> I've noticed that unless Gnupg is disabled, the speedycgi handler
> terminates after 1 (or sometimes more) requests. When it does, the
> client gets a 500 response back. This is using my experimental Debian
> packages on Debian etch, but I can't imagine that the packages are doing
> anything particular odd that would cause this.

I...didn't know anyone was still using SpeedyCGI with RT. I haven't been
able to get it to work at all in years. What happens if you run the
SpeedyCGI script by hand and/or crank RT's logging up to "debug"?

> I haven't done any deep digging yet, but has anyone already seen this
> problem? I can't believe I'm doing anything *that* unusual in this
> regard.
> Bizzarely, I sometimes get the expected output in the Apache error log
> (HTTP headers, then what looks like a well-formed HTML document), and
> sometimes all I get is the standard "Premature end of script headers"
> message.
> Does this sound familiar to anyone?
> Cheers,
> Dominic.
> -- 
> Dominic Hargreaves, Systems Development and Support Team
> Computing Services, University of Oxford
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