On May 21, 10:16 am, Aljosa Mohorovic <aljo...@gmail.com>
On May 20, 12:26 pm, Graham Dumpleton <Grah...@gmail.com>
Generally you can ignore it, it usually indicates that the user
pressed reload on a page or navigated off it before the browser could
send through the whole request.
BTW, it is good idea to mention what hosting mechanism you are using
when you get errors like this. I know this is generated by mod_python,
but the majority wouldn't.
thanks, i didn't know this is mod_python reported error and not on
django level, what kind of error would i receive in mod_wsgi or other
In mod_wsgi you would probably see 'client connection closed'. At
worst if something bad happened which more precise reason couldn't be
determined then 'failed to write data'. The latter might occur though
where an output filter in Apache implemented by some other Apache
module screwed up.