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Error 324 (net::ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE) and Error 101 (net::ERR_CONNECTION_RES (8 posts)

  1. eballo
    Posted 3 years ago #


    I'have a problem trying to add a new image into a post, the server crash and give me the error 324. I'm not sure if the problem cames form the plugin or from the server.
    Some day works fine, another day crash... I don't know what to do.

    Steps that i do to reproduce the isue:
    - Inside a post I press the button upload/Insert (add media)
    - go to the tab NextGen Gallery
    - Chosse a gallery
    - Chosse a image and add a picture ( I use to add in full size and center )
    - After this came the error:
    Error 324 (net::ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE):
    And sometimes this other error:
    Error 101 (net::ERR_CONNECTION_RESET):

    The rest of the plugin works fine, I can upload images into a gallery without problems put I can't add the image into a post as i told before.

    Thanks in advance

    I'm using NextGen Version 1.9.3. and wordpress 3.3.2

    All seems to be correct as you can se below:

    Check plugin/theme conflict
    No conflict could be detected

    Test image function
    Could create image with 4048 x 3040 pixel

    Check theme compatibility
    Your theme should work fine with NextGEN Gallery
    Server Settings
    Operating System : Linux (32 Bit)
    Server : Apache/2.2.X (OVH)
    Memory usage : 19.72 MByte
    MYSQL Version : 5.1.49-3-log
    SQL Mode : Not set
    PHP Version : 5.2.17
    PHP Safe Mode : Off
    PHP Allow URL fopen : On
    PHP Memory Limit : 128
    PHP Max Upload Size : 64M
    PHP Max Post Size : 64M
    PCRE Backtracking Limit : 500000
    PHP Max Script Execute Time : 120s
    PHP Exif support : Yes ( V1.4 )
    PHP IPTC support : Yes
    PHP XML support : Yes
    Graphic Library

    GD Version : bundled (2.0.34 compatible)
    FreeType Support : Yes
    FreeType Linkage : with freetype
    T1Lib Support : Yes
    GIF Read Support : Yes
    GIF Create Support : Yes
    JPG Support : Yes
    PNG Support : Yes
    WBMP Support : Yes
    XPM Support : Yes
    XBM Support : Yes
    JIS-mapped Japanese Font Support : No


  2. eballo
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I was searching in google and people said that this problem is a isue of google chrome but.. I'have this problem with chrome, Internet explorer, firefox, safari, opera.

    Thanks in advance,

  3. webmystery
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I'm getting that error under similar conditions after uploading a bunch of photos to a gallery - next gen is not installed. I first thought it was a MAMP Pro 2.0 permissions issue but now I'm not sure - there are a lot more posts describing this error in the WP forums than in the MAMP forums. When I installed photos last week they didn't show up until I manually modified the permissions on those folders.

    Today all of the posts and pages that I uploaded images to are showing this error:
    Error 324 (net::ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE): The server closed the connection without sending any data.

    The photos uploaded and their permissions are 666 - same as images in posts that are viewable. Not sure where to look next - wondering if it is a database problem - I checked in phpmyadmin and it loks like the data is all there.

  4. webmystery
    Posted 3 years ago #

    ps: Doesn't happen in twentyten - it does happen in a custom theme (child of twentyten) I'm making for an artist that uses several custom image sizes.

    I need to find out what it is about the theme and/or image sizes that makes this blow up. I don't have to option to just use a different theme.

  5. webmystery
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I've narrowed it down a bit. I'm using a php function called "getimagesize()" to get the width and the height of an image so that I can assign an image size based in the orientation.

    getimagesize() blows up only on certain files - could be the size ~5MB or so - no problem with smaller files -- or it could be that these large files are also returning some other data that is causing the problem - they were all taken w' the same new camera.

  6. webmystery
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Here's how I fixed it - using the the thumbnail version instead of the large one to calculate image orientation avoids the blowup: $furl=wp_get_attachment_image_src($id, 'thumbnail');

    I also found that upping the memory limit in php.ini from 32 to 96MB solved the problem - but it is better coding practice - if you have the option - to use the smaller image/less memory when possible.

  7. eballo
    Posted 3 years ago #

    It is really extrange my problem because some days I've the problem and another days works fine. I think that the problem cames from the server.

    But anyway thank you for your response webmystery!

  8. webmystery
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Have you compared the specifications of the files that fail to be added to a post, for example, is it always the same files that fail or files of over a certain (original) size that fail?

    Or - is some other plugin perhaps busy while adding files to a post fails?

    Have you tried upping your memory setting in php.ini?

    Could someone who is managing your server be fiddling with settings, RAM, for instance? They shouldn't be - even on a shared server you should have a consistant amount of ram available, but if all other conditions are identical when posing images fails/succeeds, then hmmm, maybe you have a really flakey hosing provider.

    I've seen sites (on godaddy, in particular) lock up or throw a database error when a shared database is getting hammered, but never an error apparently caused by other clients maxing out available RAM

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