Failure Of Apache Bridge Error Occurs Because Of Malformed URL LF Doesn't Follow CR (Doc ID 2171746.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 28, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle HTTP Server - Version to [Release Oracle11g to 12c]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Failure of Apache bridge error occurs when accessed the application via OHS.

2016-08-09T02:07:30.0011-05:00 URL::parseHeaders: CompleteStatusLine set to [HTTP/1.1 302 Moved Temporarily]
2016-08-09T02:07:30.0011-05:00 URL::parseHeaders: StatusLine set to [302 Moved Temporarily]
2016-08-09T02:07:30.0011-05:00 URL::parseHeaders: StatusLineWithoutStatusCode set to [Moved Temporarily]
2016-08-09T02:07:30.0012-05:00 *******Exception type [PROTOCOL_ERROR] (malformed header: LF doesn't follow CR) raised at line 878 of URL.cpp
2016-08-09T02:07:30.0013-05:00 sendRequest: exception caught while parsingHeaders w/ recycled connection to, numfailures=1
2016-08-09T02:07:30.0013-05:00 got exception in sendRequest phase: PROTOCOL_ERROR [line 878 of URL.cpp]: malformed header: LF doesn't follow CR at line 496
2016-08-09T02:07:30.0013-05:00 Not failing over after sendRequest() exception: PROTOCOL_ERROR as method is not idempotent
2016-08-09T02:07:30.0014-05:00 request [/extdiscservice/submit.jsp] did NOT process successfully..................
2016-08-09T02:07:30.3666-05:00 BEFORE acquire_lock


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