On Tue, 24 Jul 2012 14:00:39 -0700, Steven Hess wrote:
Google Chrome stable.
I thought that might be the case - Chrome seems to be the only browser
that complains about duplicate headers.
When you get this, take a look in the developer console (reloading the
page should work) and see if you see the duplicate headers on the main
page being loaded (for example, forums.php). You have to go to the
network tab and then click on the page - and it needs to be opened when
the page loads.
If you see the request headers, send them to me and I'll pass them
along. I got this duplicate header issue on paste.opensuse.org
weeks back, and in looking at it myself, I actually ended up taking a LAN
trace of the issue and the trace showed that there weren't duplicate
headers, which struck me as very odd. (In my case it was the 'content
This one /may/ be an intermittent Chrome bug. If anyone's seen this one
with a browser other than Chrome, I'd like to know.
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