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Re: On mac (running, but...)

From: Anselm Baird-Smith <abaird@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 5 Jul 1996 18:49:19 +0500
Message-Id: <9607052249.AA22019@www18.w3.org>
To: jeff@macalot.com (Jeff Dripps)
Cc: lmd@tiac.net (Laurens Dorsey), www-jigsaw@w3.org
Jeff Dripps writes:
 > >With 2 recommended changes to .jigidx and move of out file to inside Jigsaw
 > >folder, builds and runs fine.
 > >
 > >Get "broken pipe"(Mac Netscape)/"unexpected network read error"(lynx on
 > >ultrix) errors on many attempts to access links (first problem link is the
 > >configuration tutorial link on the home page).
 > Yes, I am seeing many broken pipe errors myself. I originally suspected
 > that this was due to a bug in the net/io of the Java runtime on the
 > macintosh, but if you are seeing this on lynx too, then perhaps that is not
 > the problem at all.
 > It appears to me that the (persistant) socket is being closed prematurely
 > or that there is a (timing) problem within the socket close method (just a
 > guess).

I am afraid I can't help you that much with this problem. The only
thing I can think of is 
a) run the server in trace mode to get details on the situation you
b) try turning the keep-alive property of the server to false (if you
do this through the form-base editor, don't firget to restart the

b) might be usefull to detect a bug in the browser with regard to
keep-alive (a frequent thing). That's all I can think of, let me know
if you make any progress...

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