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RE: More on PUT corruption

From: Bob Schader <bobs@product-des.com>
Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2001 11:06:21 -0500 (EST)
To: "Jigsaw List" <www-jigsaw@w3.org>
Message-ID: <HFEMINDGIADFIPHHOLOGAEPCCBAA.bobs@product-des.com>
I will see if I can set up a test doing that. Maybe I will
try both jigsaw and Apache (with mod-dav for PUT support).
I wonder if this might be due to having a bad memory chip
or something which is corrupting the file in memory.

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Bob Schader
CAD Systems Admin
Product Design Intl., Inc.
4880 36th St. SE, Suite 100
Grand Rapids, MI 49512
(616) 667-2600 x104

-----Original Message-----
From: Michael Zick [mailto:mszick@altavista.net]
Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2001 9:19 AM
To: Bob Schader
Cc: Jigsaw List
Subject: Re: More on PUT corruption


Interesting...
A suggestion...
Have you tried doing a "PUT" to "localhost:xxx" ?  That is, the data
being transferred would never leave the physical bounds of the machine,
but should use the same JDK/TCP/IP/OS paths of an external connection.
Of course, you would have to have a local HTTP server running – so you
might have to proc up the Jigsaw server on each of the two machines
during the testing so that your could "PUT" to yourself.

Mike

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Original Message <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

On 2/27/01, 06:44:57, Bob Schader <rschader@product-des.com> wrote
regarding More on PUT corruption:


> Found out today that the problem I am having seems to
> be because of something on my home system. I did not
> have the problem at all at work, everything worked as
> it was supposed to.

> So, then I found that my JDK at home was an older 1.3
> Release candidate, so I un-installed it and installed
> the same JDK as on my work computer, which is 1.3.0_01.

> So now the only difference I can tell between the 2
> systems is that one is Windows 2000 (the one that works),
> and the other one is WinNT 4.0 SP 6. I have found I even
> get the corruption using Winie's JWPut command line
> interface to upload a file now.

> I have also noticed that I also have some graphics refresh
> errors on my swing components, especially the menu bar,
> even with the new JDK installed.

> I see to actually be getting more errors using jwput
> than my own program, even after upgrading the JDK and
> rebooting. Funny, the connection at work is a full
> 100Mb, you'd think the faster transfer might be more
> prone to such errors! Yet the slower, 128Kb connection
> is the one giving me problems!

> Since this only appears to happen to me when trying
> to use the w3c client lib, is there some way I can tell
> it to do more error checking or something? Until this is
> resolved, I huess it's back to using native libcurls
> to do my uploads, as it hasn't failed yet.

> Bob Schader
Received on Tuesday, 27 February 2001 11:32:27 GMT

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