Page sometimes loading incomplete

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Page sometimes loading incomplete

Postby FelipeSPIces » 09. October 2006 14:15

Hi Folks from apache,

I have installed XAMP and I'm using it with the mysql to build a site.

Sometimes, I cant load the page completely, it just stops in the middle of it.

People on my network cant view the full page too, it always show broken images or stop at the middle of the loading progress.

Doest anyone know how to fix it ?

Thanx !

Felipe
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Postby Wiedmann » 09. October 2006 14:28

it always show broken images

Look into the "XAMPP for Windows FAQ" about wrong CSS and images.
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Postby FelipeSPIces » 09. October 2006 14:38

Thanks! I've found the faq item, imma gonna work on it!
have a nice day (10:38AM here in Brazil :P)
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Postby FelipeSPIces » 09. October 2006 15:00

me again...

I went to the faq and it was writen that there was the following lines in httpd.conf:

# EnableSendfile offstage
# EnableMMAP offstage

But the reality was:

EnableMMAP off
EnableSendfile off

The FAQ told me to uncomment those lines, but since they were already uncommented, I just turned to "on"

was that right ?

by the way, when I tried the ON and restarted apache, the problem persisted

people on my network miss elements on the page



Pardon my low knowlege on this.

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Postby Wiedmann » 09. October 2006 15:04

people on my network miss elements on the page

They miss the complete image, or can see only parts of an image?
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Postby FelipeSPIces » 09. October 2006 15:23

Sometimes it misses part of the html
sometimes it just double part of the html

see this try on a network computer
http://img426.imageshack.us/img426/8792 ... iewws5.jpg

the correct layout would be (this is the view from localhost)
http://img480.imageshack.us/img480/9567 ... iewrc1.jpg


I tried to read the topic mentioned on the FAQ but the german to english bablefish trranslation is horrible

Thanks for your time
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Postby Izzy » 09. October 2006 15:56

FelipeSPIces wrote:...I tried to read the topic mentioned on the FAQ but the german to english bablefish trranslation is horrible...

Try the English version of the FAQ:
http://www.apachefriends.org/en/faq-xampp-windows.html

The syntax for this is wrong:
# EnableSendfile offstage
# EnableMMAP offstage

It should be:
# EnableSendfile Off
# EnableMMAP Off

or
# EnableSendfile On
# EnableMMAP On

http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/co ... lesendfile
http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/co ... enablemmap

It is time it was changed in the FAQ to the correct syntax.
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Postby FelipeSPIces » 09. October 2006 15:58

than for the tip man, but Im already looking at the english version of the FAQ

I was refering to a LINK to a POST here at the forum, that is in germany and talks about the netlimiter
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Postby FelipeSPIces » 09. October 2006 17:45

I guess that there would be some procedure for me to do in winxp (im using sp2) that would finish my search for this solution.

If anyone has run into the same problem, please help me out
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Postby dkachele » 01. November 2006 22:35

I have the same problem, but I have not found a solution yet. Please let me know if you do.

Thanks,
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Postby Sean-Michael » 02. November 2006 05:50

In a case like this I would wonder how the syntax of the page looks, even the slightest error, a missing tag can cause havoc on any page, specially a content heavy one as yours looks.

Firefox will sometimes "add in" files/content from cache when it isn't where it should be... I found this recently a flash file not to long ago.

A valid url would help rule that out.
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Postby dkachele » 02. November 2006 18:39

I validated the html, I was missing a couple ending tags. I fix them but still have the same problem.

Its not so much that it add things and it is that is just stops. And it not always in the same place.
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