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RE: Gnats is hanging

From: Dieperink Alwin
Subject: RE: Gnats is hanging
Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2003 10:00:52 +0100

Hi Lars,

Thanks for the hint. I already did this, but as there is nothing coming back
at all from the server, it didn't help. The browser ends up after 3-4
minutes with a browser generated error page.

-- Alwin

-----Original Message-----
From: Lars Henriksen [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: mercredi, 15. janvier 2003 09:57
To: Dieperink Alwin
Cc: 'address@hidden'
Subject: Re: Gnats is hanging

On Tue, Jan 14, 2003 at 08:43:11PM +0100, Dieperink Alwin wrote:
> Hello,
> I try to submit a new PR or to edit an existing PR. The first time, no
> answer is sent back from the server, it is just hanging (until a timeout).
> When I press the submit button again, the request is handled by GNATS
> without any problem. This is repeatable. Queries don't seem to have this
> problem, so I think it comes only when changes are made to the database.
> logfiles of Apache don't help. They just tell that no answer is sent back
> the first time. Probably there is something hanging Perl, as the process
> still there, but 100% idle. 
> Any idea ? How can I find out where it is hanging in Perl ?

Assuming this is a GNATS and not a Perl problem, try the following.
Go to the 'Edit Problem Report' page. Your browser will display a URL
something like:


Edit the URL and insert a 'debug=all' as follows:


Then access gnatsweb with this URL. You will see a lot of communication
going on between gnatsweb and the gnats server (gnatsd). At the bottom of
the page you should be able to find the 'Edit' page again. Now perform the
edit and submit in the usual way. Again you will see gnatsweb talking to
gnatsd and hopefully this will reveal the reason for the hanging request.

Lars Henriksen


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