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Re: [libmicrohttpd] Scenario when a http response is not sent in MHD_Acc
Re: [libmicrohttpd] Scenario when a http response is not sent in MHD_AccessHandlerCallback
Thu, 18 Feb 2010 12:45:59 +0100
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Hard to say precisely what's going on without seeing your code, but based on
what you say I suspect you call MHD_queue_response too early. You should only
call it *after* all of the upload data has been given to you, which you know
by "0 == *upload_data_size" being true for the same connection for a second
time (the first time you are also allowed to give a response, but in that case
the 100 CONTINUE would be suppressed).
You are right in that you should return control back to MHD (without queuing a
response) so that MHD can continue to process other requests. HTTP does not
allow MHD to process additional requests on this connection until you've given
MHD a response. As far as "upload_data_size" is concerned, you should (most
likely) set it to "0" each time to indicate that you have in fact processed
the uploaded data (so that MHD can receive more).
I hope this helps!
On Wednesday 17 February 2010 05:54:10 pm John Lee wrote:
> Hello there,
> My plan is for my app to receive HTTP request post payload in
> MHD_AccessHandlerCallback and from there to queue up these HTTP requests to
> be processed by a thread in my app storing off the MHD_Connection *. When
> the thread in my app has successfully processed the HTTP request it then
> uses the MHD_Connection * to send the HTTP response into MHD. The problem
> I'm having is when I return control back to MHD from
> MHD_AccessHandlerCallback with a return of MHD_YES. Even though I may
> generate say 465 HTTP requests from a test script and my app responds with
> 465 responses, MHD generates 4584 HTTP requests with 4584 - 464 errors
> getting reported when calling MHD_queue response (as the response has
> already been queued)?
> My intention is to return control back to MHD when I receive a HTTP request
> without sending a response back immediately, and I want MHD to then still
> process new incoming HTTP requests. Should I be using upload_data_size to
> indicate an unprocessed request along with MHD_YES; and shall this allow
> MHD to serve new HTTP requests on the same or different connections?
> BRs //John.