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Bug #1740 Doesn't always print proper content headers
Submitted: 1999-07-19 23:37 UTC Modified: 2001-02-10 15:22 UTC
From: phpbug at hostfacts dot com Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Other
PHP Version: 3.0.11 OS: Linux 2.2.9
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [1999-07-19 23:37 UTC] phpbug at hostfacts dot com
Since upgrading to 3.0.11, certain scripts do not output the proper headers, resulting in a 500 internal server error. This usually happens when allowing PHP to time out, and it does not print the Max Execution Time error at all - it just dies (eg, while trying to connect to a slow remote URL with a 10 second max exec time).

This bug has been reproduced both from the web and using GET from the shell. Email me if you need more information on reproducing the bug - I have 3.0.10 on Windows that doesn't exhibit this behavior, as well as 3.0.9 on another Linux box.



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 [2000-07-28 21:39 UTC]
does this still happen with 3.0.16 / 4.0.1 ?
 [2000-08-20 23:35 UTC]
Will close soon if no feedback.
 [2001-02-10 15:22 UTC]
no feedback, closing.
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