[ic] Capture-page and Internal Server error - too many pages?
racke at linuxia.de
Tue Jun 26 04:27:11 EDT 2007
Paul Jordan wrote:
> interchange-users-bounces at icdevgroup.org wrote:
>> Quoting Paul Jordan (paul at gishnetwork.com):
>>> IC 5.4, Apache 1.3 (IIRC)
>>> My code below generates about 430 pages. If I isolate each
>>> capture-page in that script and run it (in the loop as-is), it runs
>>> fine generating about 144 files. If I run all three together, I get
>>> an Internal Server Error. My ISE's used to be because I was IF'ing
>>> an 09 and I found there is a perl octal confusion there - so, I have
>>> since fixed these (going about them in a completely different way).
>>> However when I run all three as below I still get an ISE however
>>> with no more errors logging.
>> No way to tell from what you tell us. If I was pressed to
>> guess, I would
>> say it is an out-of-memory error or something.
>> But you need to find out what problem you are having. A "500 error" is
>> not enought info.
> Original post:
> Basically, the code outputs (via three capture tags) about 430 pages. If I
> comment one capture tag out (any one, it does not matter) everything runs
> fine. If all three run, my browser returns a 500 error, and I get this in
> the apache log:
> [Mon Jun 25 16:28:20 2007] [error] [client 188.8.131.52] malformed header
> from script. Bad header=PAGE=se1/nav_frame&VIEWPAGE=se:
> [Mon Jun 25 16:28:20 2007] [error] [client 184.108.40.206] Malformed header
> returned by Interchange:
> ..... [snip about 2/3 repeated] ..........
Are you sure this related to your problem ?
> Since it does not matter which capture page I comment out, I suspect it is
> an issue with creating too many files. Commenting any one capture out
> creates 288 files, leaving all in creates 432 pages. All 432 pages only
> total 1.1MB.
> Even with the 500 error, all files get created fine (I believe). I just
> felt I should try to fix the 500 error incase things really are not fine
> Lastly, I suppose I am using the capture tag incorrectly by trying to
> instantly produce an entire website, however is it necessary for the
> capture tags to produce output to the page? Obviously, the file=""
> parameter is *making* a file for me, but using the capture tag also returns
> the created page to my browser - so in my particular circumstance, I am
> getting a page with 432 pages on it - doh!
> I am using the hide=1 paramter but does not help.
I wrote [capture-page] for running within Interchange jobs, I don't get
a page output there.
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