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Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand.

Posted on 2008-10-05
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The apache V2.2 httpd.conf have SSL virtual host.
The DocumentRoot directive value is the same as Directory directive (see code snippet).
The URL is http://nohttps.personaDigital.info from FF v3.0.3 and IE v7

<Directory "d:/info.noHTTPS/htdocs">

    Options Indexes FollowSymLinks

    AllowOverride None

    Order allow,deny

    Allow from all

  </Directory>

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Can you find something related to the problem in your error.log?
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by:eltonGomez
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The error.log: "[Mon Oct 06 04:33:07 2008] [error] [client 190.157.185.1] Invalid URI in request GET / HTTP/1.1"
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Ok, so either r->uri is being unset somewhere or does not start with a lading slash. Since the HTTP_REQUEST header is valid, there must be some internal processing which alters the initial value of r->uri. Since this problem occurs on uri level, your directory container shouldn't be involved.

Are there any directives which are able to modify the uri value of the request? Esp. mod_rewrite or other 3rd-party modules?
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Yes, php module modify the uri value
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