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mod_gzip: TRANSMIT_ERROR:ISMEM:104

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by WeMasterz5, Jul 29, 2004.

  1. WeMasterz5

    WeMasterz5 Well-Known Member

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    can anyone fill me on what this maybe?

    seen a huge spike in bandwidth starting yesterday and this is in the log

    mod_gzip: TRANSMIT_ERROR:ISMEM:104
     
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    WeMasterz5 Well-Known Member

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    thanks for the reply, the codes page I seen before, but have no idea what the mean and it really doesnt give any suggestions as to what to do

    we do have one site running php forums, fairly busy about 17gig of bandwidth used this month
     
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    They arnt that clear are they :)

    Im sure its just over usage of gzip, but you might be better off asking the guys that wrote it :)

    Good luck, For future reference, Id be interested in there answer.
     
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    Ignore it.
    From memory I'm pretty sure that's just the code you get when, for example, someone stops downloading a page part way thru.
    I get loads of them.

    Also from memory, but not toooo sure about this one, i think there's a config option to turn that error mesage off, but I never bothered, so not 100% sure.
     

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