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I have some weird corelated errors in Apache logs

[error] CONNECTION_REFUSED [os error=146, line 1868 of ap_proxy.cpp]:

[error] READ_TIMEOUT [os error=0,  line 636 of ap_proxy.cpp]:

[client 10.10.10.10] Invalid method in request \x80

[error] PROTOCOL_ERROR [line 636 of ap_proxy.cpp]

I am running apache 1.3.27, OS Solaris 8, this Apache server used as a proxy for weblogic application server.

I'll appreaciate any help,

Thanks,

Eugene.
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Hi..

I do have the simillar setup in our environment with Apache and Weblogic. If the Weblogic Server is down, then at that time you will get the CONNECTION_REFUSED error in the Apache log. But about the READ_TIMEOUT - from my observations, I found that if the Weblogic server is not responding for the request send by the Apache server with in the Time Out period, you set in the httpd.conf file. But Weblogic says that this not the problem with the Apache plug-in or Weblogic. This could be the problem with Apache and Solaris. Unfortunately, I also could not find a resolution for the issue. Still trying figure it out. Please inform me if you get any thing about this issue...:)

U can reach me at vsskr@yahoo.com

Thanks,
Skumar.
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