ncannasse at motion-twin.com
Mon Dec 3 17:02:31 CET 2007
Michael Pliskin a écrit :
> Hello list,
> I've just ran into a problem that mod_neko limits the POST data size
> it can process. I found a way to customize this (by recompiling from
> sources), but I am just wondering why does it limit in fact? Apache
> has a LimitRequestBody directive which can be used to limit the body
> if there is a need, so why mod_neko bothers to have one more
> arbitrary constraint?
This is default security to prevent memory flooding attack against badly
You can bypass this limit by using "multipart/form-data" encoding, but
then you'll have to use multipart API for retreiving the data (see
neko.Web.get/parseMultipart in haXe for example).
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