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Weird message with tomcat 4.1

 
Alex Florentino
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Hello,

I got fellow message from my production server, running tomcat 4.1 and jdk 1.4:



any idea how I fix it ?

thanks a lot
 
William Brogden
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You get those when the client closes the connection before Tomcat does, probably not a problem.

Are you sure your servlets always close the output stream?

Bill
 
Alex Florentino
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Originally posted by William Brogden:
You get those when the client closes the connection before Tomcat does, probably not a problem.

Are you sure your servlets always close the output stream?

Bill


really not, because I use only java and jsp files.
[ September 05, 2007: Message edited by: Alex Florentino ]
 
Alex Florentino
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I still not be able understand this message...

I trying get tomcat source code, but is hard get correct version that have this file.

the code is fellow:



any idea what this message mean ?

thanks a lot
 
Ben Souther
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It simply means that the end user left your page before it was finished being written to their browser.

This can happen if they have a slow connection and click on a link or one of the their bookmarks while the page is still loading.
It can also happen if they double click on a link causing two requests to go to the server (the browser cancels the first when the second starts) or if someone's browser or PC crashes while you page is loading.

99% of the time, it's nothing to be concerned with and is a normal part of hosting a site.
 
Alex Florentino
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I am worried about it should be security issue
 
Ben Souther
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How so?

Have you ever had a page take so long to load that you gave up and closed the browser or moved on to a different page?
If so, you've probably caused the same issue on a server somewhere.

If your users start to report that your pages are timing out on them then you may indeed have a problem in your code but if not, it's probably just a case of impatient users.
 
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