[Mono-bugs] [Bug 58547][Nor] New - MONO Beta 1 Bug: XSP very intermitten when remotely accessed

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Changed by davidandrewtaylor@hotmail.com.


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+Bug#: 58547
+Product: Mono: Class Libraries
+Version: unspecified
+OS: Red Hat 9.0
+OS Details: 
+Status: NEW   
+Severity: 002 Two hours
+Priority: Normal
+Component: Sys.Web
+AssignedTo: mono-bugs@ximian.com                            
+ReportedBy: davidandrewtaylor@hotmail.com               
+QAContact: mono-bugs@ximian.com
+TargetMilestone: ---
+Summary: MONO Beta 1 Bug: XSP very intermitten when remotely accessed
+Description of Problem:
+When using XSP on a Linux machine and using a web browser on the same 
+machine it works really well.  However when using a web browser on a 
+second machine (accessing the XSP server remotely) there are all kinds of 
+intermittent problems, including timeouts, and connection problems.
+This problem is constant; and I have tried on different networks to make 
+sure the network was not causing problems. XSP currently only seems to 
+work reliably from localhost (web browser and XSP server on the same 
+Steps to reproduce the problem:
+1. Start an ASP.NET app using XSP on Linux (I used RH 9)
+2. On a second machine try using the app (My second machine was IE on 
+3. Whilst these intermittent errors happen on almost any type of request 
+(HTTP GET, HTTP POST, etc); I have found the problem happens the most 
+when hitting an ASPX page that does a HTTP Redirect after a post-back.
+Actual Results:
+Browser errors - often looking like socket errors.
+Expected Results:
+Web site should just work (as it does using XSP from localhost and a 
+localhost web browser).
+How often does this happen? 
+At least 5-10% of requests, but probably 50% of requests for a HTTP POST 
+followed by a HTTP Redirect within the same request.