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Anyone else experiencing these, sporadically?

http://forum.mopar1973man.com/threads/3693-Pics-of-me-towing-things?goto=newpost

3/9/11 3:40PM Eastern

Internal Server Error

The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.

Please contact the server administrator, support@supportwebsite.com and inform them of the time the error occurred, and anything you might have done that may have caused the error.

More information about this error may be available in the server error log.

Apache Server at forum.mopar1973man.com Port 80

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Anyone else experiencing these, sporadically?

http://forum.mopar1973man.com/threads/3693-Pics-of-me-towing-things?goto=newpost

3/9/11 3:40PM Eastern

Internal Server Error

The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.

Please contact the server administrator, support@supportwebsite.com and inform them of the time the error occurred, and anything you might have done that may have caused the error.

More information about this error may be available in the server error log.

Apache Server at forum.mopar1973man.com Port 80

I think I may have caused it. I was downloading the 2005 FSM manual. IT is 175MB file. I don't know if the bandwidth the server was using to download was the cause or not. But the server error came up just after I got it downloaded. My download count shown is 5, but it was four unsuccessful tries on the same file before I got it downloaded. I got the erro right after I finished about 12:35 PST when I was trying to send a PM to Michael.

Sorry if I was the cause (especially since I am new here). I just got the truck and wanted the manual since I do almost all of my own maintenance.

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Bryan,no, no worries. More importantly, you say you finally got a successful download of the 2005 FSM??? We've been working on that issue for awhile, actually..Verify your downloaded copy is readable, and let me know, please.

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Bryan, no, no worries. More importantly, you say you finally got a successful download of the 2005 FSM??? We've been working on that issue for awhile, actually.. Verify your downloaded copy is readable, and let me know, please.

Yes it is readable. I would recommend splitting up to smaller files to make it easier to download. I think the only reason I was able to get it, is I have an aircard with Clearwire that downloads up to 5 MB per second. I was able to achieve a 600K-1MB download speed on the succesful attempt. Then, I think the server crashed and re-booted. I am not that computer techie or anything like that, but that is what I think happened. Bryan
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that's helpful, thank you.I actually had planned on splitting the file into 2 parts this evening..

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My bad...

I was writing a new .htaccess file and screw up the syntax... But now all the forum and web site pages are cahced and should appear quicker now. The only thing that's not cached is the ad banners.

I'm working on that next...

Header unset PragmaFileETag NoneHeader unset ETag # 1 YEAR<FilesMatch "\.(ico|pdf|flv|jpg|jpeg|png|gif|swf|mp3|mp4|css|js|php|htm)$">Header set Cache-Control "public"Header set Expires "Sun, 1 Apr 2012 01:00:00 GMT"Header unset Last-Modified</FilesMatch>

--- Update to the previous post...

Actually the Server Error was me... :banghead:

I was changing the .htaccess files around and mis-wrote a command...

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Mike, change it back. It is caching it so much that it caches the PM's to where they constantly pop up the PM message if I go anywhere. The only way to get it to figure out it is already read is to hit refresh. All the other things are really screwy too, everything stays blue, I can't even see new posts if I click on forum, I have to hit refresh. I don't want to have to hit back and refresh every single time to see if something is new.

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Try #2... I totally re-wrote the script from the ground up and seem to finally made head way with it... Here is the static pages now with & without caching. (4,555% increase in speed) post-2-138698176465_thumb.jpg then the forum... (2,130% increase in speed) post-2-138698176469_thumb.jpg

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Now it works. I wondered why the site was going so fast, thought it was because I downloaded something a while ago today to make the windows transparent so not as much of the webpage had to be downloaded to show only 80% of it :lmao:

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yeah, i dont know WTF is going on with that. I DL'd a manual the other day, testing, and it DL'd completely. Only it wouldn't open due to a corrupted message..

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