by Grand Master
Grand Master

Request Entity Too Large

What's with these:

Request Entity Too Large

The requested resource
/t5/notificationfeed/page
does not allow request data with GET requests, or the amount of data provided in the request exceeds the capacity limit.

that are coming up on every Community page under FF but not IE? It only started about an hour ago. I have rebooted FF & the PC!

 

I get the impression that EE are always fiddling with live systems whilst users are using them.

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by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: Request Entity Too Large

Now it's just started working again, even w/out reloading it 🙂 . What's going on? Stop playing with it!

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by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: Request Entity Too Large

@XRaySpeX 

 

Posted this on the other thread. It also happens in Chrome. 

 

This forum is a total mess since the "upgrade" , and weeks later, it's still not fixed. Really poor support from the developer's. 

 

 




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by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: Request Entity Too Large

Yes, @Northerner, but here is for all users of the Community who might be affected by it to see, not just Stars  

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EE Community Support Team

Re: Request Entity Too Large

Thanks @XRaySpeX

 

I've raised this with the community management team.

 

Chris

by EE Community Team
EE Community Team

Re: Request Entity Too Large

I'll get this raised this morning @Christopher_G and have Lithium look into this however, just to be clear @XRaySpeX  ....there is no 'fiddling' is ever done by EE in live. All dev work is done on a separate dev environment, which is then pushed to a stage environment for testing, before the push to live.

 

Thanks

 

Louisa

by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: Request Entity Too Large

@Louisa_M : Then please explain how these issues keep appearing & disappearing on a live system? It's only a bog-standard browser talking to a bog-standard Web server.

 

It's just happened again about 30 mins ago & now fixed itself.

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EE Community Support Team

Re: Request Entity Too Large

Hi everyone.

 

Just had word that this should be fixed.

 

@XRaySpeX - Could you give it a try and let me know what happens?

 

Thanks 🙂


Chris

by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: Request Entity Too Large

@Christopher_G : That's hard to do as it only happens occasionally. Give it 2 weeks of no more "Request Entity Too Large" & I'll consider it fixed. That should be enough time.

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by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: Request Entity Too Large

@Christopher_G : It appeared once today on a Reply & then went away w/out even reloading.

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EE Community Support Team

Re: Request Entity Too Large

Thanks for letting us know @XRaySpeX

 

I'll see if we can take another look at it.

 

James

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