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It's been my experience that the POST data to Apache mod_cgi-based programs is delivered "live" and not buffered. (As an aside, that's why you can't rely on reading "content-length" number of bytes, because that's only what the browser suggested it was going to send.)

However, I have to ask the next question: how will your CGI know when the data is actually finished then?

Also, if there are any proxies in between, all bets are off.

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In reply to •Re: Direct access to client socket in CGI/mod_perl? by merlyn
in thread Direct access to client socket in CGI/mod_perl? by eduardo

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    [Discipulus]: anyway, i'm more interested about the general idea: you (and others) do not install modules by this guy. Rigth?
    [Tux]: correct
    [Tux]: and I know about companies that blocked him for legal reasons. His inability to fix issues (or his tendency to reject/delete issues if he doesn't like them) makes companies block his stuff. They require support
    [Discipulus]: ok, and I can imagine is a rationale behaviours. So MCE::Hobo is using one of such modules and automatically become 'blacklisted' for some perl dev
    [Discipulus]: this is a pity. I think MCE & Co being very good news in Perl world
    [Discipulus]: but, I can tell this history to marioroy and he probably remove such dependencies from MCE::Hobo

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