IIS 5 & IIS 6
Post Problem - 400 0 64
Last post Jul 12, 2007 01:34 AM by qbernard
Jul 10, 2007 03:18 PM|john_paul_37421|LINK
We have some customers that are having problems with post backs. When we look at the log on the server we see 400 0 64 at the end of the log entry. Any idea what may be causing this problem.
Jul 10, 2007 03:40 PMemail@example.com|LINK
A 400 is a bad request, often a coding error. But with the information you provide this will never be diagnosed. Might start by looking at event logs, error trapping in the code or even posting the rest of the line in the IIS log, where the actual request
Jul 10, 2007 03:45 PM|john_paul_37421|LINK
This is the info from the event log:
2007-07-10 17:06:58 W3SVC2010416281 10.11.99.110 POST /CL/CLAIMSINQUIRYWEB/CustomerClaims.aspx SKey=GqYtxcAU4M%2b2LhJQUh9L%2f0LGGzNLwC6R6VYBSO9S0zJWIhqTZyUVH%2fSo%2bxv%2bJdUAXA%2flwNZqlUOpwjvMWBau%2b058mpML6AerK0uLQ6WjL16tiVS1fUrZxsHkQx3imjIV5HTo36yRpvDe5wXkT0BWSCSAbwVbOE8G&SID=dcjrbe45rjfpgp55ojdx2oyb
80 - 126.96.36.199 Mozilla/4.0+(compatible;+MSIE+6.0;+Windows+NT+5.1;+SV1;+.NET+CLR+1.1.4322;+.NET+CLR+2.0.50727;+.NET+CLR+3.0.04506.30) 400 0 64
We are only getting this error for a few of our customers.
Jul 11, 2007 06:03 AM|qbernard|LINK
This is iis log, not event viewer log.
Can't tell much, what about http.err log ?
Jul 11, 2007 09:02 AM|john_paul_37421|LINK
This is from the http.err log
2007-07-10 17:07:04 188.8.131.52 4193 10.11.99.110 80 HTTP/1.1 POST /CL/CLAIMSINQUIRYWEB/CustomerClaims.aspx?SKey=GqYtxcAU4M%2b2LhJQUh9L%2f0LGGzNLwC6R6VYBSO9S0zJWIhqTZyUVH%2fSo%2bxv%2bJdUAXA%2flwNZqlUOpwjvMWBau%2b058mpML6AerK0uLQ6WjL16tiVS1fUrZxsHkQx3imjIV5HTo36yRpvDe5wXkT0BWSCSAbwVbOE8G&SID=dcjrbe45rjfpgp55ojdx2oyb
- 2010416281 Timer_EntityBody Default2AppPool
2007-07-07 14:19:39 184.108.40.206 1133 10.11.11.20 443 HTTP/1.1 POST /CS/SHOPPINGCARTWEB/OrderSelection.aspx?SKey=5aEIMpoVqeum6Bipm8IEb%2buDa6IsZX%2fhkFElYO5S%2bMfgWhxqVPdZsolmHpz47FyIp1DSfAXk6LjOePG8rQAjZMmBttSJ89HeGuHYD5Nu5BTpl7L%2bZG2I9KqW2uhv%2br%2fXJbLLY5%2fCnI1GrSk2IUcYlTj447F5VKID&SID=up0xvjy0nrhi1q55pmagkgfk
- 661861367 Timer_EntityBody DefaultShoppingCart
Jul 12, 2007 01:34 AM|qbernard|LINK
An entry in the httperr log showing Timer_EntityBody indicates IIS did not receive any data from a client request and the request timed out (as determined by the connection timeout metabase property). Client requests with large content length headers can
cause this error.
but not much clue on how to fix this :(