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File download size limit?

 
Shad Gilley
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Hi,
I'm using WAS 5, and I have a strange problem. When I deploy my application, WAS will not download more than 70KB of data per static resource in the WAR file. For example, if include a static jpeg image that's 140KB, I will only see half of the image when I type in the URL. I noticed that even the example applications that came installed with WAS have the same problem. Does anyone know how to fix this problem? Thanks.
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Howard Zhao
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Hi
I have a similar problem on WAS5.1.
I deployed a servlet on WAS5.1 and this servlet serves requests sent from client. When small amount of data are sent back from servlet to client, every works fine, but if the amount of data exceeds a limit, servlet fails to send data to client. This problem does not occur on WAS4.0.
Does anyone have an idear?
Howard
 
Howard Zhao
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Hi
I have posted this question to WebSphere online support (trial) and hope they can answer my question.
Howard
 
Howard Zhao
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(Reply to my question about servlet on WAS5.1)
This is a bug on WAS 5.
Please see
http://archives.realtime.com/pipermail/cocoon-devel/2003-August/018699.html
or
http://nagoya.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=21789
Howard
 
Tony Chen
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Originally posted by Shad Gilley:
Hi,
I'm using WAS 5, and I have a strange problem. When I deploy my application, WAS will not download more than 70KB of data per static resource in the WAR file.

Hi Shad & all,
Which version of WAS are you runing? Fixpack level? OS & version? Are you accessing the web app directly via port 9080 (internal web container http port), or via web server (IHS, Apache, etc)? Do you have any log to show the error? SystemOut.log or access.log/error.log, etc? Have you tried it on a different WAS install? Does it happen on other OS?
Tony
 
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