[FRPythoneers] FastCGI 4k limit

Ken Kinder kkinder at tridog.com
Mon Jun 18 13:40:43 MDT 2001


But it's not a command-line thing, it's information sent through a
socket. It works fine on Linux and we always keep the BSDi boxes up to
date. I'm thinking it's probably something BSD is more rigid about than
Linux.

Sean Reifschneider wrote:
> 
> On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 11:36:26AM -0600, Ken Kinder wrote:
> >Does anyone know what would make a socket truncate data at 4k? Someone
> >from a BSDi mailing list said "That sounds like the 4k deadlock" but I'm
> >not sure what that's supposed to mean and I haven't gotten much more
> >information.
> 
> To me it almost sounds like a command-line length limitation, I think
> that's 4k on Linux.  So it probably is smaller under BSD/OS.  ;-)  You
> might need to install the latest BSD/OS updates, in particular I'd
> recommand that you get the KRUD 7.1 update.  ;-)
> 
> Sean
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