[mod_python] RE: 1 page Not Found - every 4 page refresh cycle?

Michael C. Neel neel at mediapulse.com
Tue Apr 1 10:36:53 EST 2003

Forwarding this over to the mod_python list, as I am also have some
weird issues we have been unable to track the cause of.  I recently
rolled out a fixup handler in mod_python to a host of server, and now,
randomly, you will get the error described below.  All are mod_python
2.7.8 and various RH 7.x with Apache 1.3.x. I don't use publisher.
Anyone seeing something like this?


-----Original Message-----
From: Juan Carlos Rodrigo Garcia [mailto:jrodrigo at xpyro.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, April 01, 2003 8:03 AM
To: python-dev at httpd.apache.org
Subject: 1 page Not Found - every 4 page refresh cycle?

Hello, I can't suscribe to mod_python-request at modpython.org, and I'm
having a little problem.

I'm using mod_python 3.0.3 and apache 2.0.44.

I set the PythonHandler to mod_python.publisher

Because I want to use mod_python the PHP,ASP,CFUSION way.
Every script does its own work. So this is my apache setup:

<VirtualHost *>
      ServerName www.devel.in
      DirectoryIndex index.py
      AddHandler python-program .py
      PythonHandler mod_python.publisher
      PythonDebug On

I have serveral pages in my web and everything goes well with 
mod_python auth, uploading...

BUT when I browse pages (scripts) with little content (A tiny script
that outputs very small amount of html), then every 
time I refresh four times or so the tiny script I get one:

  Not Found
  The requested URL /search/index.py was not found on this server.

This NEVER happens refreshing scripts that print long listings, or lots
of HTML data.

I've found this behaviour in two different machines...
One running the RedHat 8.0 distro web server (apache 2.0 + mod_python).
And in my personal computer were I've installed varios versions of
apache 2 and mod_python 3, every set-up acted the same way.

I think that there is a problem with mod_python.publisher loading tiny
scripts or showing little output.

Thanks for all your good work.

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