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> From: Michael Avila [mailto:Michael.Avila.email@example.com]
> Sent: Freitag, 16. Dezember 2005 02:59
> To: Apache - User Mailing List
> Subject: [users@httpd] "error reading the headers"
> WinXP Pro
> Apache 2.0.55
> MySQL database 4.1.15
> I am getting this error when submitting a METHOD='Post' to Apache.
> [Thu Dec 15 20:49:48 2005] [error] [client 126.96.36.199] request failed: error reading the headers, referer: http://www.thecertnetwork.net/certprod/repository/index.php
> I have this at the top of the php script being called but it never gets there.
> What puzzles me is that this same procedure works 99% of the time. It is creating a record for a member and works with over 60 members. With 2 members it does not.
So what's funny about these two users? Do they have illegal characters (spaces, carriage returns etc.) in there usernames?
Incidentally, this looks entirely like a PHP problem - you might have more luck on a PHP forum....
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> What causes an error such as that? Anything that I can try?
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