Apache - Bad Request - IMPORTANT PLEASE
Lots of people are complaining about "400 errors, Bad Request" and such.. (try searching google for "apache bad request" and you'll see for yourself). I taught.. why not look into the error_log, maybe I'll find some info.. so here's the big info I found:
Thank in advance and please.. help! I'm gettin' crazy here, save a life -_-
PS: look @ this one
I don't understand? Are people requesting pages from your site that should be there, and they are getting 404's? I get plenty of errors because of crackers, internet junk etc that end up at my server and I can usually ignore the larger majority of them. Although I have never seen that particular client address formatted like so.
This is interesting also.
Seems like your syptoms, again sorry I can't be of more help.
These messages are generally caused by a client sending (guess what) bad headers. To see what kind of requests you're receiving, I'd look at the access_log for the matching entries as the error logs.
request failed - error reading headers
So far, I used to access this site at guest as I have got good help on this site... and found solution specific to this problem and thought to offer little help here with my learning.
I had similar issue where I am running apache with ssl configuration.
To resolve the problem, please check potential size of header sent to server. Apache needs to be configure accordingly.
Directives to be set/modified are as follows:
Below values worked for me, you may like to set it correctly for your needs.
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