400 is the HTTP error code for "Bad Request".

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Apache Error 400 and large amount of data

I have an web app with REST API which is running on top of Apache. One of API methods is made for sending a large quantity of text to the server, and cURL representation of that request looks like ...
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nginx proxy_pass receive content/status headers when http 4xx

Was having some trouble as chronicled here - http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22570550/play-2-2-1-simpleresult-4xx-response-body-possible-via-cors-xhr But I didn't focus on nginx since the 200 OK ...
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nginx Request line too large

I'm getting the error: Bad Request Request Line is too large (6060 > 4094) When I access the a specific url on my server like this: /api/categorize?packages=package1,package2,...packageN On ...
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Error 400 on LAN access

Probably a stupid question / problem, but when I try and access my site via it's domain name from inside it's LAN (requesting via the local IP address works fine though), I get an error 400. A while ...
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Http 400 'Bad Request' and win32status 1450 when larger messages are sended to a WCF service

we sometimes receive Http 400 bad request resultcodes when posting a large file (10mb) to a WCF service hosted in IIS 6. We can reproduce this using SOAP UI and it seems that it is unpredictable when ...
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Strange 400 error with IIS 7.5 and a webservice?

Ok, this is a longshot. I have been pondering this for hours. I have no clue how to solve this. But maybe someone here can recognize the problem and point me to right direction. I have an IIS 7.5 ...
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How can I track down the cause of a 400: Bad Request web service call to localhost?

This is on Windows Server 2003 Running IIS. I have an ASP.NET 2.0 website which is also hosting some web services. When the site makes a webservice call to itself (localhost), I get back a 404: Bad ...
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Why isn't IIS logging my 400, or What is responding with 400?

I have a web application which makes a localhost webservice call to itself and is getting a 400 Bad Request back. The problem is that I'm having trouble tracking down the cause of the 400 since I ...
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How to make Apache return a custom page on a 400 error with malformed host headers?

I think what I was asking for was a bit hard to understand, so, I am trying to make it simpler... I need my server to have a custom 400 error page when it receives a request with a malformed host ...
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SVN checkout returns 400 error

I'm trying to download the http://code.opencv.org/svn/opencv/trunk/ repository of all of the OpenCV source code - as specified in an OpenCV installation tutorial. In the tutorial, the repository ...
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Apache returns 400 instead of 200 at DocumentRoot

I am seeing a lot of these odd entries in my Apache access log: SOME IP ADDRESS - - [23/Feb/2012:03:06:38 -0800] "GET /" 400 460 "-" "-" If I try to access the Apache document root, I get: MY IP ...
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Intermittent 400 Bad Request Errors in IIS

We recently upgraded our infrastructure to Windows server 2008 R2 (64 bit), and are now getting intermittent 400 errors on post. I set up failed request tracing, and have caught a couple of them. ...
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How often should we expect 400 Bad Request?

We run an Apache2 web server which has somewhere in the vicinity of 2-3 million pages served every day (only HTML+CSS+Javascript, images and other content is served with Lighttpd). Our daily logwatch ...
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Uploading file > 1 MB on Django admin gives 400 Bad Request response

I have a small Django (1.2.x) project deployed on Apache (2.x) via mod_wsgi (3.x). In the admin, if I upload a file < 1MB, I can get it through; however, for a file, say, 1.2MB in size, I get a 400 ...
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Redirecting requests that would result in an HTTP 400 (Bad Request) error (Apache 2.2)

Due to a security vulnerability in Wordpress, a bunch of my posts got renamed to something like: ...