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Re: 400 bad request

June 10, 2009 02:39PM
Is there a way to force nginx to log 400 errors? At least then I could debug this better. It's been difficult to find specific triggers. The one common trigger is that it only happens in a facebook connect iframe. We have a situation where two facebook connect iframes are loaded from our domain on the same page, and that triggers it around 80% of the time. My best guess at this point is that it's a bug with cookie headers.

chris
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snacktime June 10, 2009 02:03AM

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